Monthly Archives: June 2011

Reprise: What We Mean By Home

After all my esoteric, verbage filled writing yesterday, Lindsay and I walked out of the internet cafe/hotel and the world quickly reminded  what home means.  There on the sidewalk lining the Mekong River which creates the western/southern border of Vientien … Continue reading

Posted in Community, Southeast Asia, Travel

What We Mean By Home

Leaving for this trip, for any trip, never seems to come easy.  I feel a constant attachment to place and people and rhythms.  As we pulled out of our drivewy nearly ten days ago, our rose bushes gave us a … Continue reading

Posted in At Home in Denver & the Rockies, Southeast Asia, Travel

An Arrival

We’re cruising in and out of traffic on a brisk Bangkok morning.  Early from a flight that chased the night for 17 hours, our pink taxi, and the hundreds we pass that blur the same color, gently remind me that … Continue reading

Posted in Southeast Asia, Travel

48 Hours and Counting

It’s one of those semi-sweltering days in Denver, children playing basketball and tag in the street, an eerie orange sunset, hazed by Arizona smoke, dropping behind the rocky hills, and my nerves tightening just a little bit more.  In two … Continue reading

Posted in At Home in Denver & the Rockies, Travel