We’ve done it again, we’ve gone off and became quiet again. The past week in the Kremer household has been strangely quiet and a sad state of affairs. Last week Monday was one the hardest days I have ever been faced with in my life. The whole notion of what I had to decide on […]
Nestled between Coconino and Yavapai counties in Arizona lays a world full of red rock mountains and bright green plant life that will stop you in your tracks. Debating between driving on the iconic Route 66 or heading up north a couple hours away to Sedona was the topic of our breakfast Sunday morning in […]
After checking out from the Riviera for my birthday weekend and having some time to spare before checking into our next hotel, Andy and I decided to make the drive over to the Hoover Dam. I have always wanted to see the Dam after learning about what a modern marvel it is, and just wanting […]
Hello, and welcome to Part 1 of a our new 48-part series, “Getting to Know Your Wisconsin Craft Breweries”, based almost entirely on the members of the Wisconsin Craft Brewers Guild. There’s a few significant breweries conspicuously missing from the list (looking at YOU, Leinenkugel’s…), so we’ll have to make a few exceptions as we […]
Every trip ends with me looking back on all the photos I have taken, many are still great but not enough that I could muster up a story about, however, still an amusing compilation for a blogpost!
Before Andy and I had even left for our two month adventure, my brother Tim had won two free flight tickets from his work, and took the chance to head down to Cabo San Lucas with his wife, Amanda. In the back of my mind, I knew this was going to be great when Andy […]
I didn’t think it was even possible to be *slightly* tired of tacos in Mexico – but supposedly it does happen. After a full week on the Baja Peninsula and having tacos for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks (think Bubba from Forest Gump; egg tacos, fish tacos, chicken tacos…etc.) My taste buds were craving something […]