God on the rocks
Looking for rocks on the beach reveals an approach to how we find God on a trip and in our daily lives which – big surprise – is rarely in expected ways.
Intergenerational travel: a tale of two trips – Part 1
An intergenerational trip to Hawaii illustrates the downside of traveling with grandparents and grandchildren if you don’t address expectations – and certain dislikes – ahead of time.
Wonder may be closer than you think
When you visit a place, even one that on the surface seems familiar, but you look at it with new eyes, you can discover all sorts of hidden wonders.
Serendipity and Skimboarding
A trip with my sons to go skimboarding turns out to have nothing – and yet everything – to do with skimboarding. Sometimes we find what matters most when we’re looking for something else.
A fresh set of eyes
We travel to see new things but sometimes it takes others to help us see old things in a new way.