Monthly Archives: September 2018

Workation Woman

This is an update to a post I wrote a few weeks ago about Maria Surma Manka, who has figured out how to combine work with travel. The St Cloud Times published an article by Stephanie Dickrell on September 30, … Continue reading

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Falling Waters Seventeen: Alaska

August, 2016 We were on an Alaskan cruise, and made many stops between Vancouver, British Columbia and Anchorage, Alaska. One of our early stops was in Juneau, where we took a helicopter flight to Mendenhall Glacier. Melting glacial ice often … Continue reading

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Falling Waters Sixteen: Barron and Stoney Creek Falls, Australia

February, 2014 Australia is the sixth largest country in the world, with about 3/4 the land mass of the United States. Our time was limited, so we spent our time on the east coast, primarily in Sydney and Cairns. While … Continue reading

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Rochester, Minnesota, Hometown of the Mayo Clinic

Thursday, September 27, 2018 We are spending some time in Rochester, Minnesota, so decided to learn a bit more about our temporary home away from home. Like many much larger cities we’ve visited, Rochester has a Hop On Hop Off … Continue reading

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Falling Waters Fifteen: Bowen and Stirling, Milford Sound, New Zealand

January, 2014 On our way to Milford Sound on New Zealand’s southern island, we passed several glacier fed waterfalls.   Milford Sound, itself, is home to two more stunning waterfalls: Lady Bowen and Stirling. Lady Bowen Falls greets you just a … Continue reading

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Falling Waters Fourteen: Karekare and The Chasm, New Zealand

January, 2014 I move to the Southern Hemisphere now. Like Iceland, New Zealand is a country with many beautiful waterfalls, not 10,000, but 249 named falls. This is according to Land Information for New Zealand, the department charged with managing … Continue reading

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Falling Waters Thirteen: Seljalandsfoss and Öxarárfoss, Iceland

May, 2014 We certainly have seen a lot of waterfalls on our travels. Seljalandsfoss was the first one where we could actually walk behind it – pretty cool! Seljalandsfoss (I’ve double and triple checked the spelling and I’m still not sure … Continue reading

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