October 22, 2011 The Train Ride, Part 1 A few hours into the ride, and I was feeling better. Atleast, my stomach was. With the news of being on a train for 10 hours longer than I had originally been told, I wasn’t impressed. But how bad could it be? After fearing blood clots in …

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Sept 17, 2011 This is a continuation of ”Later that Night” One of the most fascinating things about China, is their powerful and frequent lightning storms. Now, of course, this is only fascinating if you like lightning. For Christina and I, however, lightning is anything but. Growing up in Ketchikan Alaska, we’ve seen our share …

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