Adventure

Packing, Packing, and More Packing

Packing, Packing, and More Packing

You’d be amazed at how much more stuff you can accumulate in 5 years. I think a purge of stuff is always helpful and there’s nothing like moving to help you get in the mood to get rid of extra things you never use. We are up to our ears in moving preps. Our pod […]

A Cool Way to Cruise the Cool Latitudes

A Cool Way to Cruise the Cool Latitudes

The idea of a luxury cruise typically brings to mind thoughts of sun-filled decks, butler service by the pool, and lavish staterooms as you sail to tropical destinations. Seabourn cruise line wants you to rethink that model, or at least the destination. The luxury cruise line has just unveiled the first purpose-built ultra-luxury expedition ship. […]

JetBlue’s New Escape Route

JetBlue’s New Escape Route

JetBlue announced last Thursday it is offering a new route of escape from winter’s crushing cold for residents of the northeast. The escape is the expansion of the budget airline’s Palm Springs, California service. You will now have even more options in flying non-stop from Boston to the desert city. The airline is now offering […]

The Beginnings of a Plan of Escape

The Beginnings of a Plan of Escape

The post last week was all about my sister and her move to St. Thomas. If you have been paying close attention to our blog over the last few years, you’ll remember this is the same sister who is restoring the 40’ Morgan sailboat with her husband.  Her husband, Matt, and the boat, Errant, are […]

Starting the School Year in STT

Starting the School Year in STT

Zeke and I have been dreaming of relocating to the Caribbean for years (we’re still determined to make it happen someday) and now we’re getting to live vicariously through Zeke’s sister, Andi, as she makes the move to St. Thomas. Andi accepted a position as a history teacher at the Antilles School. She’ll have her […]

Space Camp Day 2

Space Camp Day 2

We went to bed exhausted but awoke refreshed, kind of. The morning for started with breakfast from room service. We wanted to make sure we packed a lot of protein in our diet before what we figured would be a long day. We suited up in our flight suits and headed over the Hab to […]

Space Camp Day 1

Space Camp Day 1

Our day started at 5am. We needed to get to the airport and fly to Atlanta and then on to Huntsville. The trip only took about five hours thanks to the very short layover in Atlanta. We had decided that staying in a dorm at our age wasn’t something we were interested in, so fortunatly […]