Really enjoying the expanded T3 at #sfo. Back on a #united #ps flight to JFK. Looking forward catching up with friends and enjoying some tennis! (at San Francisco International Airport Terminal 3)

For those who know me, I rarely cook anymore, much less bake. I decided to finally put my frozen puff pastry that’s been in my freezer for far too long to use. And this is what happened. Rustique, no? 

Where’s everyone from - take two?

Somehow, i messed up the ability to answer on this post, so reposting. For those who replied the first time, many thanks!

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I want to say thank you to everyone that follows this humble tumblr. It really started as a way for me to document my travels. I never thought other people would actually be interested. And what’s crazier, I’ve actually gotten to know (and even met!) some of you. It still amazes me how small social media can make the world! I would never have imagined in my wildest dreams the experiences I’ve had since starting this blog and the really cool people I’ve had the privilege of meeting. And hopefully, my photography has improved along the way.

So, I’m curious. What city and country are you all from? 

Please post in the comments! I was born in Laos, grew up in Washington, DC and currently live in San Francisco, in the United States.

And as always, don’t be be stranger. I love hearing everyone’s travel stories. Safe travels and good eating to you all! And again, thanks for following!?

americasgreatoutdoors:

From all of us at the Department of the Interior and NPS (including this grizzly bear), we want to thank you for the kind words about the National Park Service 98th birthday today. Here is a another photo celebrating the national parks and the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Wilderness act on September 3rd.

This bear is in Lake Clark National Park, a land of stunning beauty where volcanoes steam, salmon run, bears forage, craggy mountains reflect in shimmering turquoise lakes, and local people and culture still depend on the land and water of their home. Solitude is found around every bend in the river and shoulder of a mountain. Venture into the park to become part of the wilderness. 

Photo: Kevin Dietrich (www.sharetheexperience.org)

Today’s’ looking like a news day. Happy birthday NPS! I hear when you turn 100, the President calls you personally.

Where’s everyone from?

I want to say thank you to everyone that follows this humble tumblr. It really started as a way for me to document my travels. I never thought other people would actually be interested. And what’s crazier, I’ve actually gotten to know (and even met!) some of you. It still amazes me how small social media can make the world! I would never have imagined in my wildest dreams the experiences I’ve had since starting this blog and the really cool people I’ve had the privilege of meeting. And hopefully, my photography has improved along the way.

So, I’m curious. What city and country are you all from? 

Please post in the comments! I was born in Laos, grew up in Washington, DC and currently live in San Francisco, in the United States.

And as always, don’t be be stranger. I love hearing everyone’s travel stories. Safe travels and good eating to you all! And again, thanks for following!