In case you are not aware, I grew up in Arizona. My desert upbringing familiarized me with various shapes and sizes of cacti, the different textures of each of the mountain ranges that completely encircled my hometown, and, as I often bemoaned, the color brown. Every flight I took, primarily in those angst-filled preteen years, I would … More a conversation about color
I hope you guys like horse pictures. These are all from Farm Mor Por and Mirasierra up in Khao Yai, my new favorite thing about my favorite place.
You really don’t need an excuse to escape to the beach. But, if I had to use one, my one-year Thailand anniversary was as good a reason as any. The trip consisted of the usual suspects: Ja, Michael and John. Location: Koh Samet, a short drive and ferry ride from Bangkok. We did our fair share of … More vacation life
Sometimes weekends sneak up on me. I hate doing the same old thing, so sometimes, on a whim, I’ll point to somewhere on a map of Thailand, throw some gear into a bag, and hit the bus station. One such weekend, I got Scott and John to join me as I ventured to a new … More petchabun problems
I met Hack at one of my favorite art galleries in Chinatown, Cho Why. His photos were being displayed during a presentation on Thailand wildlife, and I recognized Khao Yai in his photographs immediately. After the presentation, I spoke with the owner of the gallery, my friend Nick, and I was just gushing about Khao … More khao yai redux