New photos from old travels on tboltkid.com this one is from my visit to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, 2011
After four days of walking in the high, smokey mountain passes of King’s Canyon, Sequoia National Park, I found the answer to all the questions I was carrying with me: quit decision making.
Paul Salopek is retracing the expansion of humans across the globe, walking 21,000 miles to document the story at “a human pace” (3 miles/hour). I’m so jealous and happy to follow along with the updates.
In thanks to the fine members of the “hudson adventure society” for letting me join them for a day of exploring local quarries and forests, I want to remind everyone a good rule of thumb:
don’t let my evening of hiding from loud illegal fireworks and trying to play Taylor Swift at the local dive bar mislead you- I take the coming of a new year seriously.
The Western Cape of South Africa is home to some very impressive mountains that stand as rocky monuments above the cape vineyards and farms…
i am working for greatguides.org again– doing website design tweaks, user-experience designing, media production, and more. it’s good to be involved again after being out of the loop for most of the last year and …
There are some moments in life worth sharing – this is one of them.
this trip to africa was all so i could come to ndera, rwanda. it’s just outside of the capital city kigali and but is just like most of rwanda– full of subsistence farmers that live …
off the plane, the bus, the taxi and into the maasai country of kenya. we headed out with my friend to see his family, who i had met last year.