Heart of the Redwoods

Heart of the Redwoods

How long does a Redwood tree live? There are some majestic trees in Muir Woods believed to be more than 700 years old. Their cousins are even older: the oldest coastal redwood is more than 2,500 years old and the oldest giant sequoia is about 3,200 years old. It doesn’t take much to imagine how … Continue reading

Destination? Unknown …

Destination? Unknown …

There are at least two kinds of travelers; those who venture bravely into the world, ready for adventure and welcoming whatever they find; and those who plan every step and every moment so there are no surprises. Perhaps the third option, for those who don’t stay safe at home, is to plan vaguely but welcome … Continue reading

Where the Wind Blows

Where the Wind Blows

Haven’t you ever wanted to let someone else make all the decisions, or let something decide for you? Climb into a balloon, rise into the sky, and let the wind carry you to places you can only imagine. But you aren’t an innocent bystander taken for a ride. You decided this: to let go, to … Continue reading