Category: Travel

Climbing Mount Davis

In my travels I end up many interesting places. During my latest trip to Oakland I was able to get a tour of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. This is currently the home to both the Oakland A’s and Oakland Raiders for at least the next year. It was the home of both the movie and…

JFK Library

South of downtown Boston sits the Library and Museum dedicated to the like of John F Kennedy. He was the charismatic President that was sadly taken way too early in life. The native son of Massachusetts lived quite the life on his way to become President, graduating from Harvard, become a hero in WWII, and…

Calgary

The railroad life brings me to more random places than I could ever have imagined. The latest is back north of the wall in the land of Canada, Calgary. Calgary the home of the Calgary Flames, the Calgary Flames, and former host of the 1988 Olympic Games. This was the first city in Canada to…

Union Pacific 4023

On a hill up in Omaha, Nebraska is a remnant on an old era, the era of steam locomotives.This particular engine is a Union Pacific Big Boy, one of only 25 ever produced for their namesake company. Only 8 of these amazing machines still exist in the world and 7 of those are on display.…

Canada

For the last two weeks I have been on an adventure north of the wall. No unfortunately I am not John Snow going out to finding the wildlings. This was an adventure in the other land of the North, Canada. I have been to Canada several times before, but I have never spent this much…

Dubai

I would love to write up an extended essay about my travels to Dubai, but I will let the wonderful video my friend made do the talking.