Tag Archives: Mindset Travel
I Want To Be a Cowboy – Campus Crashers Crash Stillwater and Oklahoma State

I Want To Be a Cowboy – Campus Crashers Crash Stillwater and Oklahoma State

The vote came down to Oklahoma or Oklahoma State last year and the crashers decided to be Cowboys. Whether it was the earlier season game with a promise of warmer tailgating weather, the Big 12 Rivalry aspect or the cowboy boots, we packed our bags for Stillwater as Oklahoma State hosted Texas. Over a dozen […]

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Exploring and Enjoying Juarez, Mexico in 5 Photos

Exploring and Enjoying Juarez, Mexico in 5 Photos

Just before flying to El Paso, Texas  I was told – we’d spend a night in Juarez too. Where? ….. Donde? Ciudad Juarez. Yes, that Juarez; the Juarez from the news. I joked about the fact it was clearly staying adventurous with the trip organizers, but admittedly, I wondered if it was also staying safe. […]

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Wide Awake Thanks to the Northern Lights

Wide Awake Thanks to the Northern Lights

I couldn’t sleep; in fact I was wide awake. Alive. I guess you can say the lights kept me up. After my first night I even wondered if the Northern Lights, my first views of the Aurora Borealis, were just a dream, but after a second night of embracing the arctic air, the vibrant, dancing lights […]

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the Five-Photos from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden with Cherry Blossom in Peak Bloom

the Five-Photos from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden with Cherry Blossom in Peak Bloom

I crossed the river and didn’t head to the airport. Yes, this spring I made the trek to Brooklyn and visited the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. I made the journey with the idea to see the Cherry Blossoms in full bloom, but I discovered more. These are the five photos from my trip to the Brooklyn […]

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Happy Holi-The Holi Festival Marks the Beginning of Spring

Happy Holi-The Holi Festival Marks the Beginning of Spring

Dear Spring, welcome. After the past few days in New York City, it might finally be safe to say spring has arrived. Actually, it arrived  a month ago. No, I am not talking about the spring (vernal) equinox, but rather the Hindu Holi Festival. Happy Holi I knew next to nothing about Holi (although my […]

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Pick Three Animals – An Adventure in Story

Pick Three Animals – An Adventure in Story

A great read for Thanksgiving…

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A Hike on the Red Sand Dunes of Sossusvlei

A Hike on the Red Sand Dunes of Sossusvlei

After the drinks arrived we started discussing Namibia with our server. She shared her experiences and told us a key point, make sure you run down the sand dunes. Miles away both physically and mentally we sipped cocktails at the Grand in Camps Bay, Cape Town. In just a few days we’d put on hiking […]

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The Cholla Cactus Garden of Joshua Tree National Park

The Cholla Cactus Garden of Joshua Tree National Park

The desert clears your mind and calms your soul. A hike through the trails of the beautiful, and barren, provide the perfect cure for a clouded mind. On such a hike through Joshua Tree National Park I discovered more than the tree, but also a cactus cure. I woke up early, very early. I started […]

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