Monthly Archives: October 2009

Despite some of my unfortunate happenings this fall, one of my fortunate experiences is to witness the color change first hand in New England.  Each year from September to early November, Mother Nature creates an inspiring spectacle of reds, organcs, and yellows as she prepares to tuck us in for the winter. Her colors take me.
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As noted in my last post, I suffered a freakish tree accident in New York late last month.  My injuries were very serious, but I was certainly extremely lucky as my healthy condition can and will be regained over the next several months. As I want to continue to build upon my previous posts, which.
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After traveling many corners of the world such as camping in the Sahara with camels, scaling the walls of the Coliseum in Rome, zip-lining in Costa Rica, and running the Boston Marathon, my traveler’s luck ran out late last month on September 27th. Finally, after all of my adventuring and evening hiking a 3,100 ft.
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Sin City was the locale of my latest trip. As Las Vegas is located in the desert, I would not suggest that late summer is the ideal time to visit, but as the timing of the trip coincided with my professional calendar, so there was not another option. I start this post regarding the weather.
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