December 2, 2006

A Year on the Move
Rosario, Argentina

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the date I left my home in Phoenix, Arizona. In another 10 days I'll be celebrating 12 continuous months of travel.

My, they truly have gone by in a blink…

I'm working to collect and organize my thoughts from the past year into something of merit—for both readers and myself—that I'll post the lengthy article on the 12th.

After two weeks in Rosario, where I've browned my skin under the sun as close to the color of the river as I can for the moment, I'm going to be pushing off on the fourth for the capital city—Buenos Aires.

I've got a few things to do in BsAs: Say goodbye to a pair of great travelers I met in Panama (and kept meeting again); visit the U.S. embassy to get more pages glued into my passport (I'm out of space for stamps!); apply for a visa to Brazil (forking over US$100 for entry privileges); get my camera repaired (two serious mechanical issues have been impairing my ability to shoot properly); meet the Oracle development team working with my dad (and pick up a package couriered down for me); find a hotel for my friend and I to stay at during his New Years Eve visit from the U.S.; find an immersion heater manufacturer (a project for Andy); watch some tango on the streets (absent in the rest of Argentina); replace some well worn clothing; and a bunch of other little things…



December 2nd, 2006

Wow, one year since that trip…crazy. I can tell you one thing: A Vegas trip sounds pretty nice right about now. :)


Craig |

December 2nd, 2006


December 2nd, 2006

Yeah it does. Oh wait..I'll be there in less than a week.


December 2nd, 2006

Congrats on the anniversary.

You have done an amazing job of documenting your travels. Very impressive and enjoyable.

Looking forward to more.




October 4th, 2011

Unparalleled accuracy, unequivocal clarity, and undeniable imopratcne!

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