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Author Archives: Dan Haug
If it seems like I only post when we’re planning a trip and I need a place to access my maps, that is, in fact, what’s going on here. We took a month-long tour of the northern United States and … Continue reading
Since picking up Bardd in February, we’ve already put nearly 10,000 miles on him, with trips to Minnesota and a two week swing through the southwest. It was a great way to get to know the rig, and to learn … Continue reading
So we have had our new Winnebago Travato for about a month now. We’ve taken it out on a couple over-night trips and driven it regularly, and we’re pretty excited about it. No buyer’s remorse (yet… cross your fingers). We … Continue reading
I know that I haven’t posted much on this blog over the years, but maybe that will change in the future (or maybe not… I’m not making any commitments). However, the lack of content doesn’t reflect a lack of activity … Continue reading
I’m still working out the kinks on making this music available. I’ve created a permanent page that will contain the most up-to-date information about how to find the musical settings for all of the Arabic hidden words. If you want … Continue reading
Here are some hikes in the Umatilla National Forest starting near the forks of the Umatilla River.
A lot has been written about Jurgen Klinsmann’s decision to cut Landon Donovan from the USMNT roster. Many have criticized the decision for a variety of reasons, and many have lauded it as a bold move. Klinsmann justified the move … Continue reading
It’s funny that I haven’t posted on this blog since our last trip to Wales two years ago. I guess it’s not ironic or coincidental, but I am now posting about our upcoming return trip to Wales. I’ll try to … Continue reading
I just got home from a great trip to Wales with my beautiful and talented wife, Sarah Woodbury. We went to Wales because she has written 11 historical novels and novellas set in medeval Wales, and she had a grueling … Continue reading