Category Archive: Away Games

New Orleans Here We Come!

If you’re a music fan or love New Orleans you’ll want to check up on this website frequently over the next two weeks ‘cause starting tomorrow we’re going to be in America’s Most… Continue reading

Travel With Balls…Quietly

Back from a wonderful long weekend in Death Valley.   We explored the salt flats and hiked the craters, marveled over the sunsets and made a visit to Scotty’s Castle, spotted coyotes and even… Continue reading

New TWB Video: How To Travel With Balls!

The Chill Factor

I love this photo I took at Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica, not just because the raccoon is a furry, adorable creature but also because its body language is imparting some… Continue reading

Get Rid of Your Baggage!

  In the post-911 world of airport security the phrase “Get rid of your baggage!” is not an invitation to lessen your psychological load but a command to fork over some of your… Continue reading

A Dreamer’s Dream

Our Central American journey concluded with a final Score on the outskirts of Sarchí.  William brought our trusty BeGo to a screeching halt at the sight of two boys on the side of… Continue reading

Sixteen Scores for Central America

After eleven hours in transit we made it back to LA just after midnight and I’m writing from home this morning, surrounded by stacks of unopened mail, suitcases filled with dirty laundry and a heart… Continue reading

Every Smile Counts

An isolated Tortuguero Village proved to be the perfect location for TWB to spread a little joy.  Accessible only by a 45-minute boat taxi, Tortuguero Village is a remote outpost guarded by thick… Continue reading

Mud, Mosquitos and More Fun in Tortuguero

In Tortuguero National Park in Costa Rica, the new day is ushered in not by the dawn but by the roars of the howler monkeys who begin issuing their distinctive and deafening hollers well… Continue reading

We’re Not In Kansas Anymore

I’ve been ambivalent about blogging today — I don’t want to break the spell of this surreal place so far from the familiar, but on the other hand how often does one get… Continue reading