I have been unemployed for nearly a month. During that time, I have done a lot of stuff and a lot of thinking. I drove 2,000 miles down the Pacific Coast and through northern Nevada, southern Oregon and Idaho on my way back from that trip. The country is amazing and the people are even better. Continue reading “Exploring Easy Pass”
Believe it or not, most of the people who know me think I’m more likely to act on impulse. However, when it comes to taking trips (I don’t take vacations), I don’t do things on impulse. I love to plan my trips, planning nearly every step to build a foundation on what I’d like to do during my trip. Continue reading “If you take an impromptu trip, make the most of it”
If the last four years have taught Joe Harris anything, it is that it’s never too late to find your niche. Continue reading “Giving back to NCW: As a big July is on the horizon, former Chelan star wraps up his annual camp”
A lot has happened since I last posted about my trip to Boston. Well, when I say, “a lot” referring to my life, it’s really not much. Continue reading “Planning the ultimate birthday weekend”
I was lucky enough to have booked a trip to Boston, Massachusetts during a big sports weekend for the city.
I went there April 26-29 when the Red Sox were at home against the Rays; the Celtics were battling the Bucks; and the Bruins were getting ready to take on the Lightning. Continue reading “Boston — A walkable, enjoyable and lively experience”
In his five years in the NFL, Sheldon Richardson has been a problem on and off the field.
The Minnesota Vikings are hoping Richardson can only be an on-field problem in 2018 as he signed a 1-year contract on Friday to play defensive tackle alongside Linval Joseph. Continue reading “Vikings signing DT Richardson is low-risk, high-reward”