(I realize this is terribly late, but I promised myself I would post this before I wrote about my recent trip.)
As one of DFO's regular vagabonds, I write about some of my personal adventures. I like to think that it helps people think about planning their own vacations around what
Greetings, and happy belated 4th of July to our American friends, and happy Friday to the Canadians among us. This week I'm reporting in from Brighton, England. Mrs. Sharkbait and I decided to go off on a last vacation before we start preparing for baby shark (Stop). We chose this
"OH BOY THE GRAMMYS!" said no one, ever.
The disappointment of the Grammys brings to my mind the summer of 2017.
Now, WineWife LOVES Adele. Has all the albums; bought the CDs first day. I'm not a total idiot, so when they announce Adele is going to be performing at Wembley Stadium for
Welcome back to another edition of Boots On The Ground! In part 1 of this 2-part series I shared my experiences in and around the Denver area, focusing mainly on Coors Field, beer, food and beer. Today I wanted to show you the primary reason I visited the Denver area
A couple of weeks ago I took my annual, "Well shit I have to use up some vacation time" vacation. I'm a big baseball fan and I took the opportunity to add another MLB stadium to my "visited" list. I've been to 16 current MLB stadiums along with 5 or
In Part 1 of the series, I covered how to create a veneer of respectability around an event by giving it a title. In this part of the story, we cover the trip to Scotland and the accompanying whisky tastings.
As for the whisky tours, that planning started back in April
So, this summer I turned 50. Not a big deal to most, as average life spans are now at the highest they've ever been, as long as you aren't an Iraqi refugee or a black man from Chicago. But still, given the ulcers I developed at age 7 due to