Monthly Archives: October 2015

My Final (and most important) Trip List

5 Things that have changed the way I think…and live. 1. Sustainable Pace. It’s the way Nathan (the MAF bush pilot) views his work, which includes 250 active airstrips over rugged terrain the size of Texas. He is conscientious of the cost of fuel for every flight, how many flights he needs to make a […]

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20 Things I’ll Never Forget

20 Things I’ll Never Forget Walking outside onto the observation deck at the Tokyo airport at 2 a.m. with the balmy breeze. (This was the third airport of six that I’d be in before arriving at our first, official destination.) Waking at 4:30 in the morning in pitch darkness to the sound of the Muslim […]

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10 Things I Want You to Know

There are tribal women that will nurse a piglet before their own child because the meat of the pig is considered of more value. In Cambodia, a girl my daughter’s age (11) can be sold for as little as $2.50 a round, up to ten rounds a night. The proper way to peal a banana […]

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This vehicle, typical of Cambodia, depicts my mind perfectly.  O. V. E. R. L. O. A. D. E. D. Eight weeks ago I left for an extraordinary trip. Been home for six. I am still at a loss of words for everything I want to share. Clearly, I wasn’t able to post like I thought […]

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