…then the clouds move and you realize you’ve been looking at a pimple.
Bangkok – Kathmandu – Pokhara
Hangin out on the river, my favorite almost-free thing to do. 15 baht buys hours o fun.
The last farewell at PC HQ
A pensive Max ponders upcoming changes to his life:
Swims and goodbye lunch with our dear friends in Nongyasai…
Khun Get’s very first day in the water! He was a bit uncertain at first:
He liked it warm, in the corner of the pool where the solar heater delivers its product:
Goodbye, bees! They’ve relocated to a banana palm, on whim of the queen:
Driving through central Suphanburi Province, I’m reminded how it is not known for its stunning natural beauty and breathtaking vistas. Its the people we love; the landscape is … well, meh:
Aaaand, they’re off!
Minneapolis – Chicago – Taipei – Bangkok (9,769 miles, 259 tons of carbon generated by air travel).
Our entire upcoming trip will total 26,312 air miles. At ~0.44 pounds of CO2 generated per passenger mile, this will create 6 tons of carbon footprint.
Our carbon footprint for this trip weighs almost as much as a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
If these calculations survive under the gimlet-eye of our friend Sean (who knows about such things), we’ll purchase carbon offsets from Terrapass when we get home. Sean, use the Comments, okay?