Portland to Boston

A long four hour and fifty three minutes flight can leave you drained. I promise! A shout out to Alaska Airlines for offering complimentary beverages not one, or two times, but three whole times! Sweet! The view outside the window was purely serene. It’s so peaceful and in perfect harmony. Wish we could learn something from those ” above” us. Will we? Can we? As … Continue reading Portland to Boston

Vancouver -VeryCoolVer

After a super, long, exhausting drive( due to Thanksgiving traffic), we finally made it! It was worth it! We stayed in Ramada Inn. It was a great decision. I thought that Ramada Inn would be an “ehh” hotel, but it was “aaaamazing!” The room, the location, the breakfast -all five stars! My personal favorite was the Grannvile street. It was full of all characters. People … Continue reading Vancouver -VeryCoolVer

Seattle

Living in a small town, we need reminder of other big cities. It’s so easy to flow with a small town life and not realize a world outside. When a long weekend came, we were all ready to get out of our shell and get exposed. Seattle, here we are! Space needle is a must!! (Tickets are pricey!) Space needles has a moving glass floor. … Continue reading Seattle

39th Annual Prefontaine

” Go Pre!” Steve Roland “Pre” Prefontaine was an American middle and long distance runner. He was from Coos Bay, Oregon. He held seven records in 2,000 to 10,000 meters. Sadly, he died at a young age of twenty four in a car crash. From past couple of years, the city of Coos Bay arranges a ” Prefontaine.” It is a walk/run of 2miles, 5K, … Continue reading 39th Annual Prefontaine

The White Cliffs of Dover

If you have taken ( and passed) college Biology, you know exactly what I am talking about. For the rest, it is a cliff made of skeletons! (If you allow me) Once upon a time when mankind had no concepts of greed/ love/ war/ , or even exsistence, there were these tiny microscopic creatures living under the ocean, ( we call ’em protists-foraminifera (foram for … Continue reading The White Cliffs of Dover

Love? Hate?

Who doesn’t love snow? Well, it depends. If you have asked my daughter this question three years ago, you would have regret asking it. She would have given you a horrific, mind torturing scenario of snow. But now she has a different answer. The approach is positive. No, it’s not because I perfected my parenting strategies( I wish! I haven’t found a manual on how … Continue reading Love? Hate?