*** SHOW NOTES *** Recorded in the beautiful Downtown Marriott, Providence, RI 2019 Review 225 nights in hotels, with Hilton getting the bulk of those. Flights – 53 – Southwest 39, United 10 & Delta 4 Rental Cars – 22 75 different cities. Personal Car –  20,000 miles. That’s 63 trips and 99,715Read More →

 *** SHOW NOTES *** Recorded in the beautiful DoubleTree, Boston Logan Airport. With special guest Chris Brown recording in the beautiful Marriott Newark Airport.   This Crazy Ramp Video From Chicago O’Hare is the Best 30 Seconds You’ll Spend Today – ViewFromTheWing This Chicago O’Hare ramp worker driving inRead More →

 *** SHOW NOTES *** It can be tough to find a decent drink on the road.  Most of the hotels I stay at don’t offer minibars, and airplane drinks carts are limited. Honestly, most folks’ wallets won’t allow them to close out the hotel bar every evening. Years agoRead More →

 *** SHOW NOTES *** I had a recent last-minute trip to Seattle which requires flying out on a Sunday morning and then back home the following Friday night. Due to the finances and geographics involved, there are no direct “affordable’ direct flights from Orlando to Seattle.  The best thatRead More →

Growing up, holidays and summers were filled with road trips. My Mom managed to occupy us with magnetic Scottie dogs, cassettes filled with Mac Davis and travel bingo cards. If Pinterest had been around in the 1970’s Mom would’ve kicked ass. Since I rarely have an original idea, this post comes courtesyRead More →

When it comes to travel and weather in the same conversation I’m not the best at dispensing advice. For instance, my travel umbrella isn’t much wider than my shoulders. In winter I often get off planes without a coat because I never think to check the weather in the townRead More →

As each year ends, my routine is to take an inventory of my life and the goals I set for the previous year and then get ready for the approaching year. One of my goals this past year was to live more in the moment, to be present in whatRead More →

I’m not much of an alarmist, especially when it comes to the weather and travel. I routinely head up north during winter forgetting a heavy, actually any coat, my wife swears there’s an umbrella in my backpack, somewhere, and I love driving rental cars in the snow. Rolling into MondayRead More →