A continuing lifelong journey, documented and shared with all. A site on exploring the world on two wheels and from the air. On chasing dreams and adventure. Documenting these experiences, the places and people.

Motorcycling in Russia

Convair 580

Caravan Flying in Papua

Tail of the Dragon

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Czech Republic

Prague Czech Republic

A beautiful and historic city

Photos are up on a recent trip to the Czech Republic. The fog and lights made for some cool photos. 

Leaning tower of Pisa

Leaning tower of Pisa

Pictures of back to back missions in Europe are up in the photo gallery. First trip from St-John's Newfoundland to Le Touquet, France. Followed by another from Pisa, Italy to Pitsburgh, PA, USA. Got to see the leaning tower of Pisa and explore two great destinations.

Approach into Munich Germany

Various Trips

Photo album of various missions is up in the photo gallery. This is an album that will be continually updated.

Learjet 35 medevac Tokyo Japan Asia

Back in Asia

Pictures are up of an exciting trip to Asia. Thrilled to be back I got to return to Indonesia and see Japan. Also got to experience typhoon Roke, an earthquake and some other adventures all in a week. Can't wait to go back.  

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