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Reflecting on a Year of Riding the Wind

Posted on Saturday, December 27, 2014

Sitting here at “home” in California I am hard-pressed to believe what has transpired in the past year. Loaded with lessons, new challenges, new sights, and best of all, new…

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Last Days in Greece. What’s Next?

Posted on Sunday, June 22, 2014

I was last in the United States in December 2013. Since then, I’ve traveled to Cambodia, Athens and Crete, Greece, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Nepal, Spain…

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A Spontaneous Adventure to Regensburg, Germany

Posted on Saturday, June 14, 2014

I had no idea when I awoke that by day’s end I would leave my beloved Agia Roumeli for a new adventure. A simple email, read over breakfast, changed the course of my…

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Agia Roumeli, Crete, Greece: Life is but a Dream

Posted on Friday, June 13, 2014

I’ve been in Agia Roumeli for two weeks – the longest I’ve stayed in any one place in the last five months. Admittedly, there are other places to see in Crete but I’m stuck here willingly and gladly, relishing…

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I’m Drawing Again! News from Crete, Greece

Posted on Tuesday, June 3, 2014

It’s been years since I’ve been inspired to draw. This has pained me. The intent was there, and the desire, but nothing flowed. It seemed the well was dry. And suddenly last week in Agia Roumeli, an…

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Photo of the Week: Beehives in Agia Roumeli, Crete, Greece

Posted on Sunday, June 1, 2014

For at least a few thousand years, locals in Agia Roumeli have made their living as goatherders and beekeepers. In 300 B.C., Agia Roumeli was a city called Tarra, which minted…

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Return to Crete, Greece – Where the Magic Happens

Posted on Sunday, May 25, 2014

Come in. Have a seat. Stay a while. I’ve got a lot to tell you. It’s been nearly three weeks since I sailed from Santorini to the shores of Crete. Stepping foot on this…

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Photo of the Week: The Village of Hóra Sfakíon, Crete, Greece

Posted on Thursday, May 22, 2014

Hóra Sfakíon is a tiny village in southern Crete with about 300 residents. Getting there is an easy, direct bus ride from Chania with some amazing…

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