Earlier articles have mostly not been edited or updated. You will see pictures of and references to children who are now adults, which I hope will not annoy them too greatly.
I started writing these articles in response to requests from my family members for pictures from my travels, and decided posting web pages was easier. Never underestimate the power of lazyness.
Some of the earlier articles were coded using Netscape. Some of the links, like at the bottom of the pages, don't work - just use your "back" button to get back to this page. They are probably going to be left that way, unless I encounter a really prolonged stretch of awful weather, and can't think of anything more constructive to do while indoors. Unlikely. Laziness rears its ugly head once again.
In 1999 I retired from my job, and we traveled extensively that summer, from Texas to California, up the coast to Washington state, then into Canada and Alaska. After our visit to Seward and the Harding Icefield, Lisa had to fly back from Anchorage to put the girls back in school, and I drove back through Canada alone. The table below lists pages from that trip.
|The Pacific Coast|
|Alaska Marine Highway||Alaska Highways|
|Canada - Berg Lake||The Canadian Rockies|
|Glacier National Park - Highline Trail||Glacier National Park - Grinnell Glacier|
And, finally, if you like travel writing, take a look at Travels with Samantha. That's on Philip Greenspun's site. He is - or was - on the EE and CS faculty at MIT, and is also a professional photographer. Travels with Samantha is great reading as well as an education in web authoring, and won a "Best of the Web '94" award.