Monthly Archives: September 2014

Salt Lake City to Moab

Day 1 after Lake Tahoe: Drive the 580 miles to Salt Lake City and arrive by evening.  The beautiful drive took longer than expected due to towing (we had to fill up the tank every 180 miles, ugh!), and after an … Continue reading

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The Ironman Race That Didn’t Happen

The pro athletes usually plummet through the waters exactly at 6:30am the Sunday morning of race day, followed by the amateur athletes at 6:45am.  That was at least the case last year when Chris and I dreadfully stepped into the chilly, placid … Continue reading

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Romping & Nguyening Part 2 Begins: Abalone Diving

Having only spent exactly 1 month and 1 day at home with 2 weeks of it at Burning Man, our planning and preparation for the adventures of Romping & Nguyening Part 2 was no doubt a challenge.  With only a hasty … Continue reading

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From Home to Burning Man

The obvious reasons for our excitement upon returning home were familiarity and comfort, but the other reason was simply the sheer fact that home is San Francisco. I had looked forward to satisfying my thirst for wanderlust, but unlike many travelers, I had not planned … Continue reading

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