Why is that scary events only seem to happen when my husband isn’t home? I mean, I know I’m a strong woman who can handle most situations, but I was under the mistaken assumption that living with another adult would allow me a partner in crime, so-to-speak, for some of life’s little emergencies. I was … More Another Night Time Scare
I took a break from blogging this summer while I spent time with family. I traveled back and forth from Guam to the U.S. mainland a few times. We also bought and moved into a new house. I was without internet for a period of time, and I enjoyed the opportunity to unplug, enjoy nature, … More Back from Summer Break
During our recent trip to Palau, we stayed at The Cove Resort. Though not a beachfront property, it does back up to a nice marina, features a gorgeous pool with a swim-up bar, and has a decent restaurant on site. Neco Marine dive tours and Legend Spa are both located directly next door, and Sam’s Tours … More Things to Do in Palau
Palau has been towards the top of my travel bucket list since I first got certified to scuba dive, almost 25 years ago. Even though I waited until I was married and had kids who were certified to scuba dive themselves, I’m happy to report I finally made it there, and it lived up to … More Our First Trip to Palau
The National Park Service in Guam hosts Science Sunday presentations, free to the public. Today’s presentation featured scientists straight off the NOAA research ship Hi’ialakai. They’re passing through Guam as part of their Mariana Archipelago Pacific Reef Assessment and Monitoring Program, a research mission that takes place once every three years to monitor the coral … More Science Sunday: NOAA and the Coral Reef Monitoring Program
My husband recently took a special Daddy/Daughter trip with our 13-year-old. They spent four days hiking Milford Track, one of the nine Great Walks of New Zealand. The trail begins at the head of Lake Te Anau and ends at Sandfly Point in Milford Sound. For the duration of the four day hike, they had to … More Hiking in New Zealand
Goodreads posted a list of popular books being adapted to the screen for 2017. Personally, I’ve been eagerly anticipating Neil Gaiman’s American Gods for the past year. If you haven’t already read them, you might want to add a few of these books to your To-Read List before you watch them. I know I will!