Amberjack, yellow tomatoes, olive oil, and basil pasta... Most perfect seafood dish I've ever put in my mouth.
0 195 hours ago
I deal with and hear from two kinds of people: those who minimize and belittle my knowledge and abilities through criticism or seeking free assistance... and those who respect and value me deeply. There's no question where my loyalty and efforts are directed.
This house is the final location I booked for a very dear friend and client, who died of a heart attack two weeks ago. We did over 12 countries together over the course of the last five years.
It has been tough to lose my best travel companion, but how beautiful to be with his family and friends on this trip and upcoming wedding. His darling daughter and friend of mine is tying the knot with a great guy who is now a brother to me.
Happy Trails, Lane Gober. What an honor and delight it was to serve you. My head is filled with your sayings, anecdotes, and spark. Thanks for believing in me and putting me on this path.
4 5112 hours ago
A view from the home I got for my people... The drive is insane, every reason why I avoid Italy has been validated, but there is a special beauty to Italy and its unmistakable wavelength.
You cannot visit a village in Europe without finding a memorial to the dead from WWI. Except Switzerland and the Netherlands.
It is a fascinating window into different nationalities to see how their memorials were made - and how well their townspeople look after them.
Still reflecting on yesterday's awesome day of driving, a cable car ride into the clouds, and a hike out to this quiet, moving cemetery for Alpine soldiers who died in the bitter fighting in the Dolomites during WWI.