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Monthly Archives: June 2011

Athens ~ year of living dangerously

These are images from a calmer Athens three weeks ago in and around Symtagma Square, where the nationalView full post »

“Temple of Apollo”

This is the sunset view looking westward to the Aegean Sea on a hill with the remaining “Portara”View full post »

Barrel racing ~ Lone Star Arena

Out at the Lone Star Arena this weekend the girls have taken over and are running barrels for money and pride.View full post »

Slowing down in Naxos…

One week after our return and I’m already missing the people, experiences and places we visited in theView full post »

Fishing the Bosphorus

Last Thursday I got up before sunrise at our hotel overlooking the Bosphorus River which separates Istanbul to watchView full post »

Father’s day at Fossil Rim

After returning from being on the road over the last two weeks, Helen asked what I wanted to do for father’sView full post »

Deep in Istanbul

Maddie and I have spent the last two days trying to conquer Constantinople, or Istanbul as it is currently referred toView full post »

Santorini – postcard perfect, almost…. guest post by Maddie Edwards

That is one thing that Santorini definitely is: postcard perfect.  However beyond the picturesque town of Oia, theView full post »

Timeless in Naxos

Naxos is the largest island in the Cyclades group and has a very long history dating back past 5000 BC.View full post »

Cyclades Islands, Aegean Sea – Greece

Internet access has been a bit limited the last several days since traveling through the Cyclade Islands of Greece inView full post »

Blue hour at the Acropolis

The last two days in Athens have been crazy. Maddie has taken me to every major historical site in the city and thereView full post »

Austerity boils in Athens…

Well Maddie and I landed in Athens this evening after leaving Texas yesterday to embark on her chosen graduation trip.View full post »