Entries from Project tagged with 'travel'

Travel can make you weary...

Click image to see at larger size American Desert A dry riverbed hazy through summer skies tracing a path to a white lake. A circle of green laid out by a length of pipe awaiting the mower. Through a... read more.

Las Vegas as an oyster

I visited Las Vegas for the first time this last week and my first impression was that it is a city that works very hard to keep you inside. Finding the exit to a casino is an adventure in... read more.

I'm faster

This jelly fish spends its life in a glass box in the Monterey Aquarium. I spend my life in a box that has fabric panels that you can stick pins in. The jelly fish gets more admiration. But it... read more.

Coming Home

One thing I like about airports is moving walks. This one is in the connection between the International Terminal and the International Parking Garage at SFO. It is the last of the airport that I see when coming home.... read more.

On the Other Side of the Mountain

The MVP summit is over. The past two days were spent in Room 2668 with the Project developer team. At this stage in the development cycle spirits are high and there are a number of good ideas floating around. Most... read more.

Ruins as Tourist Attraction

I guess it is not much different from Alcatraz except that the 5000 inhabitants of Gunkan-Jima, an Island 19km from Nagasaki covered with ruins and rusty metal, were employed in coal mining rather than being imprisoned. With the planned opening... read more.

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