21 Roadtrip Tales for ‘22 (Part 1)

1) I Would Drive 6,000 Miles: I admit, I didn’t picture ourselves driving to and fro from California to visit relatives after I had moved to Ohio in the early 2010s, but that just goes to show. The decision, mainly driven to airline reliability concerns, turned out to be a blessing too – Mother Nature and modern technology would’ve certainly caused us numerous headaches for … Continue reading 21 Roadtrip Tales for ‘22 (Part 1)

Chatt Session Pt. 1: I’ve Got My Fare

Our first time trip into Louisville and surrounds in November last year proved to be one dented by good old Mother Nature – rain squelched a lot of our planned outdoor activities, but we still made a pretty good weekend of it. This year, we picked out North Carolina as the destination, but Ma Nature must’ve figured out again we were headed south, as a … Continue reading Chatt Session Pt. 1: I’ve Got My Fare

Reverse the 614: Toronto First Impressions

“I’m on the last American exit to the northland I’m on the last American exit to my homeland I’m on the last American exit to my last chance They keep calling out my name, I shout it down” “Last American Exit” – The Tragically Hip The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is roughly three times the population of the Greater Columbus, Ohio metropolitan area. Based on … Continue reading Reverse the 614: Toronto First Impressions