The Wrong Kind of Vacation: Part 1

I shucked off my pants and jacket and hung them over the stall door. Peru had been fun, but I was ready to get home. Cam and I had been there just a little over ten days, which wasn’t really that long at all. But we’d only planned on ten days. We were both fresh … Continue reading The Wrong Kind of Vacation: Part 1


Hats and Ceiling Fans

Cam had lost his hat. “I can’t find my hat,” he said. “Did you have it with you when we left?” I asked him. “Yeah, I think so.” He looked around, running his hands through his hair. I looked back down into the valley at the city of Cusco. We’d walked at least three miles … Continue reading Hats and Ceiling Fans