I can't believe this was 5 years ago this summer. I took my children on a vacation through Florida and this happened at a hotel pool. I knew this type of thing happens, I just didn't know it could happen in Florida of all places.
I love to learn. I love to travel. I love the outdoors. I love to explore. I love to take pictures. I was able to do them all in abundance on a camping trip this week.
Who knew that as I was departing for a business trip to Orlando from Salt Lake City that a silly video of my walking onto a plane would take off?
I attended a meeting where I came in contact with someone who may have been carrying the Coronavirus.
When you have that map, you are in control. You are in your POWER mode. You have a plan and yet, you can still decided how fast to go, and whether or not to follow the map.
The leaves are turning here in the Uinta Mountains in Utah. Ann and I took a ride on the Alpine Loop starting on the Provo side and riding all the way through into the American Fork side of the loop. As shown in the photos below, we found some beautiful scenes along the way. This … Continue reading A Colorful Loop
I will never forget that day. So glad I was able to take my children to the memorial. #911 #NeverForget #WeRemember #911Memorial #OneWorld #NewYorkCity
In January of 2017, I set out for an ill-conceived trip to northern Utah to visit the Spiral Jetty. I almost made it all the way there. If it wasn't for feet of snow on the last nine miles of road. You can read about that here. The two photos below show a picture of … Continue reading Finishing the Jetty Journey
I live and work out of home in the Salt Lake City area. I travel a lot to the states in my region (UT, CA, NV, AZ, NM, HI, NE, OK, KS, CO). My boss, who oversees the entire nation, lives in Boise, ID. I have been to Idaho about 3 times ever. Two of … Continue reading Fun and Beautiful Business in Idaho
The "diamong ring" moment in the eclipse I had heard talk about the amazing total solar eclipse for over a year, pretty much since I moved to Utah and started going to some of the Utah Valley Astronomy Club meetings. It was there that I learned it was best to be in the "viewing path" … Continue reading Solar Eclipse in the Land of Spuds