A rainy weekend at Lake Khuvsgul, Mongolia’s “Dark Blue Pearl”

As our time in Mongolia began winding down, Emma and I wanted to take one more trip outside of Ulaanabaatar. There is so much of the country we didn’t have time to see because she was in school and I was working. We thought about the Gobi, but we see so many desert landscapes in … Continue reading A rainy weekend at Lake Khuvsgul, Mongolia’s “Dark Blue Pearl”

Airports, and spending time in them. Or, raising a world traveler

Sleeping in SFO, with the Beatles Emma and I have been spending a lot of time in airports this past year or so. Actually, Emma’s whole life, but we’ve been in a few new airports over the last 12 months. Some of them have been a lot more comfortable than others; some have definitely been … Continue reading Airports, and spending time in them. Or, raising a world traveler