Yes... I'm a tree hugger.

Yes… I’m a tree hugger.

At nine years old, I wasn’t really aware that I lived in an upper-class family. And at 16 when we went broke, I wasn’t really aware that we’d moved to the slums. I was only aware that our planet was a giant amusement park, chock full of rides and people, all with unique mysteries, often with the least popular being the most interesting. Now after half a century of travel to 50 states and 38 countries, I hope to share the joys and jolts of some of the world’s most intriguing merry-go-rounds, roller coasters and fun-houses, often hidden behind facades of poverty or political pish-posh.  – I hope you enjoy the rides and reads.

Me too.

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… and me.


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3 thoughts on “Home

  1. “It’s not hard to write a really sad song in the winter in Cornwall, England.” Randy VanWarmer.

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