Category Archives: Cities

Midnight Sun Baseball in Fairbanks, Alaska

Where can you watch a baseball game played at midnight without lights?  In Fairbanks, Alaska on the Summer Solstice.  On June 21, with 22 hours of daylight, we watched the Alaska Goldpanners play the 107th annual Midnight Sun Baseball Game against the Washington Everett Merchants.  Bright enough to play baseball at midnight in Fairbanks, Alaska



A-10 Thunderbolt

One of the unexpected highlights of our visit to Tucson was the frequent fighter jet flybys from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.  We saw numerous F-16s take off and scream away into the distance.  But what really gets my blood pumping are the A-10 Thunderbolts.

The A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American single-seat, twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed by Fairchild-Republic in the early 1970s.  The A-10 was designed for the United States Air Force to provide close air support for ground forces by attacking tanks, armored vehicles, and other ground targets.


A Few Cool Cities

Timm and I are not city people as we both much prefer nature and solitude. However, there are a few cities we’ll visit along our route, such as Hollywood, Seattle and San Francisco. One city on the route I’m looking forward to visiting is Portland because this is where Marylhurst, my MBA school is located. Portland is also where Jay lives, my good friend from our MBA program. We’re looking forward to meeting him and going hiking with him and his wife.

In this section of the blog, we’ll write about our experiences in the cities. In addition, we may end up living out west so as we journey, we’ll check out different places as possible future home locations.