Willis Carrier, you’re the coolest!

It’s days like this, hot and humid days, when I think of the mountains, frequently. I think of how nice...

Print day

Its rare that I use my printer, maybe a couple of times per year. Today is one of those days...

One Hour? That’s so 1984!

Long, long ago – 1984 to be exact – when I first started worked for Texas Instruments in Dallas, TX...

Getting the message across!

In yesterday’s post, I featured a picture of this car and Cedric wanted to know the story. Well, this shot...

Who knew? It works better without a bird’s nest

I bought my house 5 years ago. At the same time, I bought a new washer and a dryer. The...

At this time, rather missing those cool temperatures!

It was only a few weeks ago that I was sitting on the porch in Guatemala, shivering, wishing that I...

Obviously, this goat needs no directions on how to find food! On the way back from Golpapur, on the Bay of Bengal, we arrived in the city of Bhubaneswar, which is where Raj’s house is located. When we got there…

Raj: I’m sorry. I know that they your reception was supposed to be about you, but … the moves, man! The moves! 😀 The lights were pulsing, the beat pounding, feet moving, hands waving, invitations to dance by young and…

I can imagine that anyone who has tasted Indian food will realize that it is complex in flavor. It’s loaded with so many different spices, so many levels. It is so complex that it is nearly impossible to pair a…

My friend, Raj, asked me: So, now that you’ve been in India for a week, what do you think of the traffic? As I had given this much thought prior to his question, I only paused a little: Well. It’s…

Probably one of the most iconic images of India that I’ve seen is the Taj Mahal. My first stop in India was Agra, home to that iconic building. My time in Agra was very short, only a morning. Then, I…