Posted on March 29, 2013
His name is Elias. A week ago today he came to our medical clinic in La Campina, the village where he lives in the Dominican Republic. His patient card listed his problems: headache, dizziness, stomach ache, shoulder pain and weight loss. It also said he stopped taking his blood pressure medicine a week ago. His blood pressure was 204/100. I thought it had to be a mistake. We took it three times and the numbers never moved. Read More
Updated on October 29, 2016
Let me suggest the soundtrack. Yes, a little somber spanish guitar, but the overriding sound you need to imagine while looking at the slides that follow is the wind: a loud, powerful, constant wind. A wind that will force you to squat and hold on to rocks while crawling up to a vantage point for a photo. A wind that will pull a perfectly good tent from its stakes and send it flying over the campground to a cold goodnight in the bay. Read More
Updated on January 15, 2013
Thanks for watching this humble video. Think of it as a Valentine someone made you as a child. There was no fancy equipment used in its production–just a lot of important images, wonderful memories and love.
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Next adventure: the Patagonia region of Argentina and Chile.
Posted on June 24, 2012
Creede is a place where you can sit on your porch and watch the sun set on valleys that are miles away. The end of daylight often turns the peaks a soft shade of pink. The Rio Grande river looks like liquid silver on the edge of town when the light fades. That’s not the case this week. Read More