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Category Archives: 5 Photos of the Week
Cool shoes, crazy black lights and having permission to throw large, heavy balls around while being in doors! What’s not to like about bowling? Here are a couple highlights from Ashley, Zack and my afternoon bowling at Lakewood Lanes in … Continue reading
Camping on Ocracoke Island, NC It is a rare gift to be celebrating our homeland’s independence in our actual homeland. Living abroad we usually try extra hard to be patriotic, in fact, Phil figured out that this was his first … Continue reading
Baseball is without a doubt my favorite sport to watch and why not, it’s out national past time after all. So there was something about watching future MLB stars in a Cape Cod League game on a comfortable mid-summer’s night … Continue reading
This is just a small taste of what Ashley and I have been eating while in New England. I am also going to go ahead and dedicate this picture to my Mom because she loves all the food photography I … Continue reading
A quick series of photos for anyone out there working the lakes and rivers of Minnesota in the hope of catching something to bring home.
In memory of my Grandpa, Julian Meyer.
If you get the chance to travel to Taiwan make sure you spend a couple of days visiting Taiwan’s beautiful east coast.
Eating in Taiwan is a challenge. Not because of lack of options but rather because there are so many. The food is so good that I can no limit myself to five photos so I am throwing in a couple … Continue reading
Taipei has a reputation for being an ugly city and for the most part it is. Buildings were seemly constructed with only practicality in mind and without any creative inspiration. Even in heart of the city center where rent is … Continue reading