As part of a promotional bit I’m doing for Mastercard’s Priceless (a loyalty program offered exclusively for Mastercard holders), I made a trip into the city during a busy Sunday afternoon just before Christmas. And by city I mean New York, but of course. :-P One of the secrets I’ve learned when visiting the city [...]
Just thought I’d put that out there should a hot babe be reading this and pondering over whether I’m somebody she might want to get to know, if ya know what I mean (and I think you do.) Anyhoo, I do hope to make this a habit of some sort, any time life really has [...]
The dating world, my job, and pretty much all of life itself has me so disgusted right that I just want to run away and hide from the world for a while, even if it’s just for a few days. When I’m feeling like this, only the mountains really help me feel better. Not the [...]
Not much going on today, but if you’re interested in seeing all the pictures I took during my trip to the Rockies, just click on the rainbow below to see the entire collection on Flickr.
2011 was pretty much an amazing year of travel for me. It started with snowmobiling in the mountains of New Hampshire, visiting Portland in Maine, hanging out in Boston, flying to Texas for SXSW, visiting Austin and then Dallas, doing a road trip that spanned Colorado, South Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho and Utah, and finally a [...]
After three days in Telluride it was time to pull anchor and make my way to Ouray, where I’d spend another three days of mountain bliss before hightailing it to Colorado Springs. Telluride is literally only 10 miles from Ouray, that is, if you don’t mind jeep trekking through Himalayan-like terrain to get from here [...]
I came under the cover of night when I finally arrived at the Hotel Madeline in Mountain Village, so I wasn’t fully cognizant of my surroundings until the next morning, when I had my rental brought out and cruised down the mountain road to visit downtown Telluride. Telluride has sort of a dual personality, divided [...]
The owners of the Box Canyon Lodge in Ouray, Colorado were gracious enough to offer me a complimentary stay at their hotel while I explored the area, and though my original itinerary didn’t involve much more than merely passing through the small city on the way back to Denver, I’m now actually disappointed that I [...]
Dove Hunting in Argentina – Where the hunt is much safer than hunting for animals that could actually eat you
For those into the sport of hunting, consider a nice foray into the wild, exotic world of Argentina, where if the climate doesn’t fancy you, at least the food will. C&C Outfitters Dove Hunting is an agency that offers a hunting/travel package for those who enjoy dove hunting in particular, complete with guides to show [...]
After much research I finally settled on doing a 5 day stretch in Estes Park, Colorado beginning May 9th. I found a condo rental that had everything I was looking for: private hot tub, fireplace, high speed internet and an unobstructed view of the mountains. I had a handful of other options that were outside [...]
Back when I was surfing around for a good note-taking application I discovered Springpad and quickly fell in love. The interface was pretty and gorgeous looking, enhanced even more with the ability to add background images from Flickr. It just made note-taking fun and simple. I didn’t need the versatility of Evernote or the complexity [...]
Digitizing my cold hard cash at Coinstar for a gift card and a woman (but mostly a gift card) #NOFEECoinstar #CBias
Due to my awesomeness, I have been paid (at Coinstar’s request) to try and blog about Coinstar’s products/services as part of a Collective Bias shopper insights study. All opinions are my own, but I assure you, they are awesome opinions. Because I’m a guy, I like to keep my spare change in a sophisticated and [...]
Pouring a crate’s worth of International Delight iced coffees on my friend’s head #IcedCoffee #cBias
Well no, I didn’t actually do that, but it would have been funny. By the way, this shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias… even though err, I didn’t actually shop for anything, and this was really more of a giveaway, but I’m disclosing here so y’all [...]
Should I get the Canon s100, or keep the s95, or call Canon a name and have a torrid love affair with Panasonic?
Kinda having a camera identity crisis now. I love my Canon though, if for no other reason than because it’s as close as I’m going to get to having a dSLR in my pocket. The color tones also appeals to my personal taste, I dunno, something about the level of saturation Canon uses that just [...]
- Christmas in Brooklyn? Fuhgetaboutit! #LoveThisCity #CBias December 24, 2012
- Dove Hunting in Argentina – Where the hunt is much safer than hunting for animals that could actually eat you May 18, 2012
- Visiting Estes Park next week! Can anyone loan me an axe? May 1, 2012
- I’m so loaded I can afford a semi-luxury weekend getaway to Colorado once a month April 17, 2012
- The complete and utter stupidity of Springpad developers April 13, 2012
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