Be amazed at these sisters ability to fall asleep anywhere. Also some guest appearances of frisbee players sleeping on the beach.
It all began in Chicago, in more ways than one. That’s my Great-Grandfather Ned Merriam’s HOF plaque, a 2011 inductee to the University of Chicago Athletics Hall of Fame! After Chicago, we had a planned five hour lay-over in Austin, TX. No, it was no accident, it was to visit my sister! After a quick stop-overContinue reading “After Worlds! A whirlwind trip around California in 9 days”
Baeza is a beautiful place. We had a little bit of a stressful arrival, showing up just after dark. We had done the Caminito del Rey that afternoon, hopped in the car, and a few hours later we made it to Baeza. The problem was the “Cabalgata de Reyes Magos” or a parade in honorContinue reading “Baeza in the rain”
It’s called El Caminito del Rey, which I guess would be the king’s little road. The made us wear helmets and gave us a radio to listen to the guide. We didn’t necessarily want a guide, but you have to buy tickets in advance. We got ours the week before and all that was leftContinue reading “The most dangerous hike in Spain (well, it used to be at least)”
Mostly frozen fountain :-). People thought we were crazy for road tripping to Canadá in the winter, but I love it! pic.twitter.com/skmPlYK0wR — Kyle Sandison (@iTravel4Frisbee) December 11, 2013