A Mexican Adventure Part 3 – The Backstory and the Myth of Agua Azul

A Mexican Adventure, Part 2 – The Grua

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A Mexican Adventure, Part #1

Traveling in Mexico is often an adventure. But in my case, it was getting into Mexico that was the adventure. Or, more specifically getting out of customs. The year was 1984 and I was involved in shooting a series of commercials for Kool Cigarettes. As Exec. Producer of a production company in Hollywood, I had … Continued

Hannover, Germany:The Wilhelm Busch Museum

Rendezvous in Hannover, Germany

By Peter Vanlaw We met on the internet, my new German friend and I. He’d become a great help in my new found interest in genealogy; primarily to learn about my family that I never knew. But that’s another story. My wife and I were in Berlin on the tail end of a trip that … Continued

John Wayne and the Alabama Hills

  Alabama Hills, Movie Road. Mt Whitney in background. A Don Graham photo. By Pete Vanlaw For any of you who frequently drive Highway 395 to reach the ski slopes at Mammoth Mountain, or the fishing at June Lake, you’re undoubtedly familiar with the little town of Lone Pine, where you probably slowed down to avoid … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel