Shortly before coming to Hawaii, I read Daniel Brown’s Facing the Mountain: A True Story of Japanese American Heroes in World War II, and learned the entire story of the Army’s 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team (otherwise known as the 442nd RCT) and their families. I knew of the unit before, read snippets … Continue reading Hawaiian Odyssey Part 3. In the Foot Steps of Greatness: Following the 442nd Regimental Combat Team’s Legacy in Hawaii
The Cross Country Odyssey Continues: Of Paths, Plunges, and Baby Yoda?
While I broke even on the first day of my journey with the closure at Pinnacles National Park, the odds ironically looked to be in the favor as I awoke in Las Vegas the second day. I had two goals in mind that Tuesday morning: a trail run and a lake swim. I ended up … Continue reading The Cross Country Odyssey Continues: Of Paths, Plunges, and Baby Yoda?
A Simple Plan Part 2: Who Doesn’t Like a Little Last Minute Cramming?
My week in California flew by. It was about closing out five years worth of work and saying good bye to what had been my second family. Honestly, I didn't really want to think about it. If anything, I wanted to focus on the road ahead and my adventure the following week. This was like … Continue reading A Simple Plan Part 2: Who Doesn’t Like a Little Last Minute Cramming?
Finding our footing once again: recharging with some much needed down time at Pickwick Landing State Park
After five long months with a more or less self-imposed lockdown & self isolation in Millington, the family needed a break. This time we set our sights on staying local and checking out one of the many beautiful state parks in Tennessee. Doing some research on their incredible website, http://www.tnstateparks.com, we managed to narrow down … Continue reading Finding our footing once again: recharging with some much needed down time at Pickwick Landing State Park