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Postcard-The Empty Sound of Red Rocks

Postcard-The Empty Sound of Red Rocks

On a trip from Denver to Keystone, Colorado, a beer crawl actually, we made a stop at the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Closed for a concert, we still had (special) access to see the theater but could not run down the steps or listen to any of the acoustics. I guess I’ll just need to […]

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Quinceañera-A Mexican Sweet 15

Quinceañera-A Mexican Sweet 15

For Mexican girls, it’s all about 15 and their quinceañera. It is not a sweet 16, but rather a sweet 15 (quinceañera translates to being 15 years old). And on my walk through the streets of Veracruz, I noticed one young girl preparing for her party by getting some photos taken. It is something you […]

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Postcard-Interpret Mexico City’s Modern Art

Postcard-Interpret Mexico City’s Modern Art

Mexico City offers so much to a traveler. So much. And I visited many places, but one place I’d often spend some alone time was at the Museum of Modern Art, El Museo de Arte Moderno. Located on the Paseo de la Reforma and close to some of my favorite museums in Mexico City, the […]

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the Five – Photos of Oklahoma City

the Five – Photos of Oklahoma City

Recently, I had the opportunity to spend twenty-four hours in Oklahoma City. I wasn’t sure what to expect since it was my first time to Oklahoma, but I found friendly folks and a vibrant culture. Here is a look at my time in five photos. Paseo Art District Reading the local papers over lunch I […]

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the Five – Photos of Mazatlan

the Five – Photos of Mazatlan

Photographs can tell a story. I pieced together these five photographs to highlight a recent trip south of the border to Mazatlan, Mexico. Golden Zone – Playa Camarones Known as a beach destination, Mazatlan also has surf. One morning I woke up early to head down to Playa Camarones to catch a few waves. Located […]

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Sunset Sunday – Sunset on the Mazatlán Malecón

Sunset Sunday – Sunset on the Mazatlán Malecón

I reviewed the scheduled itinerary for Mazatlán and immediately looked at see where I’d be for sunset each night. I noticed most nights the sunset occurred over dinner (makes sense) but I also knew one of the restaurants. The dinner at el Shrimp Bucket would be located right on the malecón. I circled that evening. […]

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Photo Essay: The Town of Yelapa, Mexico

Photo Essay: The Town of Yelapa, Mexico

It was a three hour excursion and probably just  enough time to explore the town. So I grabbed my camera and my hat, headed to the beach and boarded the boat. From the  sands of the Las Majahuitas Resort, a place with a wonderful sunset,  we pushed off to sea. Next stop Yelapa. The ride […]

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My 3rd January Anniversary and 2012 New Year’s Resolutions

My 3rd January Anniversary and 2012 New Year’s Resolutions

Three years ago on January 5th I was handed an opportunity. Yes, three years ago, I rose up from my cubicle and walked out of a consulting office into the unknown. My corporate life ended and I haven’t looked back. Each year I write a post to mark the occasion. (Read my January Anniversary and the […]

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