It’s been almost three years since I went to Ile A Vache, Haiti to help construct a poultry facility and work on a primary school. I haven’t been able to return since then, but the non-profit director has some photos and updates to share with us!
One of the most fascinating areas to explore near Donner Pass is the old railroad tunnels. It’s great for history buffs, archaeologists, and photographers.
There are two great mobile apps available for language learning. Here we’ll look at the differences between the two that I use – Pimsleur & Rosetta Stone.
Everything you need to know about driving around Iceland in a camper van – tips on driving, food, money, photography, campsites, weather, and so on.
I’ve driven almost 3,000 miles with the Tepui rooftop tent so far. Here are my notes on installing & operating the tent, and some suggestions for using it.
Portable chargers are a key part of any travel photography kit. The Anker PowerCore 20100 is my favorite and meets my needs without being too bulky.
Webber Lake is rich in history and nature, and was in private hands for 150 years. Recent acquisition by a land trust has just made it open to the public.
One of the most well-preserved ghost towns in California is Bodie, an old mining camp off of US395 just over two hours south of Lake Tahoe.
Canyonands National Park near Moab, Utah is huge – more than can be covered in one day. Here’s how to see the best of it when you’re crunched for time.