Daily Archives: July 23, 2012
Monday Travel Update – Wisconsin Heatwave Edition
The last week has been a busy one for me. I spent most of the week in New York and flew to Wisconsin on Friday. While in New York I had meetings for what may turn out to be the biggest project in the history of this website. I’ll have more information if/when it is finalized and confirmed.
In addition to the business meetings, I was also able to meet old and new friends while I was in New York. I also enjoy visiting New York, but I also enjoy leaving as well. My limit for New York is about a week. Beyond that, it gets a bit too much. Whenever I’m there I always think that it would be a good idea to move to New York for a few months, but that idea is almost always tossed aside within a few days.
I’ll be in Wisconsin until the first week of August and then I’ll be off to the Book Passage Travel Writing Conference outside of San Francisco. After that I’ll be on a project that I’ll be announcing soon, and then I’m off to northern Manitoba on August 25 to take photos of polar bears!
One thing I never do when I’m in Wisconsin is be a tourist in my own home state. This time I’m actually going to do some tourist things, starting with visiting the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Show in Oshkosh. For one week Oshkosh, Wisconsin becomes the busiest airport in the world as people from across the globe fly in their private planes. During the show you can see historic aircraft flying over head all the time. I also might finally get down to Frank Lloyd Wright’s home in Taliesin.