R.I.P. Daniel Ellsberg I shot this photo of Daniel at the Nuclear Test Site in Nevada in 1989. We had both recently attended Abbie Hoffman’s funeral. He gave a moving eulogy that evening in the desert. My mother and I had met Daniel in Las Vegas two days beforehand to […]
The landscape at the Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote, was formed by volcanoes that have covered a quarter of the island with lava. Truly amazing. For more info on travel to Lanzarote go to Visit Lanzarote
My girlfriend gave me a metal detector for my birthday a few months ago. We live in Northampton, Massachusetts, in an old 1850 carriage house boarding a 20-acre hayfield. I have always been fascinated by the history of our town and of our home. Northampton was established in 1634. Our […]
Here is a link to my story of a trip to Louisiana on Gonomad. Check it out.
This was my second trip to Istanbul, a city I have come to love. Check out my story on Gonomad about the the new rising stars of the culinary scene.
The Rive Rogue Mini hits all the sweet spots I have been looking for in an everyday carry small knife that fits neatly in my fifth pocket. Plenty of knives claim to be fifth pocket knives; I own many of them, But most miss the mark on the size and […]
Here is a blast from the past video of Max Hartshorne’s and my travels to Normandy in 2009. What a delicious trip. Check out the amazing food of Normandy.
About an hour from New Orleans on USA 90 West, I stopped at Bourgeois Meat Market in Thibodaux. If nothing else, this trip was a quest to try their Cajun Boudin sausage. On the front of an unassuming low brick building, an old sign reads “Miracles in Meats since 1891” […]