Upcoming Trips

Looking forward to a couple of busy weeks of work and travel – there will be a lot of late nights but also some fun nestled in between.

In two weeks I’ll be in Calgary for meetings and then on to Banff (Aug 1 – 4). Two weeks later I’ll be in Dallas for a few days. Late August (21st – 25th) I’ll be in Denver for meetings and then on to Rocky Mountain National Park for a couple of days of hiking. I’m also excited that I just booked a four day trip to Glacier National Park in September (21 – 25) which is also for meetings in Calgary (Glacier in Northern Montana is only 4 hours away from Calgary)! Lastly, I’ll be in Philadelphia and New York in mid/late October (dates aren’t finalized yet but I have some reviews to do and I’ll make sure to get out for some photography).

In addition to what is set I will have some meetings scheduled in California and Houston in September but not 100% sure on the dates yet. It will be hectic but looking forward to it.

“When we get too caught up in the busyness of the world, we lose connection with one another – and ourselves.”

― Jack Kornfield

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Christmas in July

Yesterday was ‘Christmas in July’ at Comerica Park in Detroit. I was watching the Tigers game and wondered what the heck was going on – today I looked at the promotion and saw that they gave out little Santa hats to people as they came in. By the way if you haven’t been paying attention they are one of the hottest teams in baseball. Their record this year is 49-44. That’s the same record as it was at this point last season. They went on to win the AL Central by 19 games or something absurd like that. Maybe they are just a second half team?

Photo of the Day – Freaky Santa


We went to Bronner’s in Frankenmuth last year around Christmas time. It really doesn’t matter I guess what time of year it is since it is Christmas all year long at Bronner’s – open 363 days a year – just in case you want to celebrate the season throughout the year. This Santa looked a little too ‘real’. It was pretty freaky looking.