People love reading travel journals from other countries. Here are accounts of traveling abreast in smalltown America - Danville, Kentucky.

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Latest Blog Posts for Whereabouts in Danville

  • Baggage Claim
    on Dec 21, 2008
    As the plane approached the terminal in Philly, I thought the same thing I always think as I check and recheck the magazine pouch for any forgotten items, "Hmmm, 70% chance for undelayed luggage." Too many times I have waited for hours or days t
  • Obvious Observation
    on Nov 22, 2008
    This was originally written on the Saturday before Thanksgiving:Rain and a bit of hail changed our plans for the day. Mark had a couple of surprises that were postponed, so we spent hours at the Melbourne Museum, another few hours at a local bookstor...
  • Australian Identity
    on Nov 21, 2008
    I arrived in Melbourne on the 13th. Having stayed up most of the night before my flight, I was able to sleep through most of the 13 hour flight across the Pacific. Miraculously, I managed to jet awake when the food cart rolled by, scarf down the piti...
  • The Third Place
    on Nov 3, 2008
    Ray Oldenburg, in his book The Great Good Place, notes that our subdivision nation has suppressed one of the most necessary public goods: The Third Place. Instead of being cooped up in a house and watching TV, people could walk down to the local pub...
  • America's Favorite Past-time
    on Oct 24, 2008
    Only a few transplants in Danville enjoy baseball, at least professional baseball. Kentucky doesn’t have even have a team (but, we do have amazing college sports teams). Growing up 25 minutes outside of Philadelphia, I am an avid Phillies fan, and...
  • Almost Famous
    on Oct 21, 2008
    One of the reasons I started this blog was to get famous.Really, it was about holding me accountable to formulating and researching ideas and opinions, but the human that I am, I think about it at times, and as a child, I can remember wanting to be f...
  • The Great Kentucky Outdoors?
    on Oct 20, 2008
    My favorite part of living in Colorado was feeling a sense of proportion to the world. The rugged, majestic, and inviting mountains provided a refuge for the adventurous spirit. Waking up each day, I faced a 14,000 foot mountain, Pike’s Peak. Talk...
  • A Convenient Truth
    on Oct 19, 2008
    Inner city residents often complain about the lack of a grocery store. There used to be one on Main Street, but the city decided that parking spaces were more important. Now, we have to venture two miles to the by-pass where urban sprawl is in comman...
  • Godforsaken Town
    on Oct 18, 2008
    Ok. Maybe I was a little harsh.But, come on...most Danvillites would admit that the post-grad-single-mid-to-late-twenty-something population is pretty scarce. And it's not like I don't try. When I roomed with Mark and Nate within the past year,
  • Change of Pace
    on Oct 17, 2008
    Prior to the beginning of my tenure with the Presbyterian Church of Danville as Youth Director, I have had many adventures since graduating from college:-I have worked as a car-salesman (that's another story), substitute teacher, Starbucks barista, o
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