Tomorrow morning begins one of my longest, businesses stretches of travel ever. Between now and April I’m only home for about 3 weeks. Not complaining mind you – it should be a lot of fun!
We are starting out with a month in Maui where I hope to do a lot of photography and video. A house sitting assignment has made this possible, and I look forward to the extended time to really immerse myself into the place. And, spend a bunch of time in the ocean!
I’m then home for a couple of days before flying to Argentina and meeting the ship to the Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica as a guide for Cheeseman’s. This will be the opposite of Maui, but just as wonderful if not more so. I hear there is one cabin left if you want to join me. 🙂
With travel, the Antarctica trip is over a month long, then in mid January I’m home for 3 weeks before heading to the Southwest for 6 weeks. I’ll be doing Anza-Borrego photo workshops and traveling to some other places that haven’t been determined. Usually about now I begin promoting my Borrego workshop – this year both actually filled months ago before I even could mention them on the blog which is pretty nice.
To me, this schedule seems pretty crazy – but when I compare it with some of the guys I work with in Antarctica, I seem like a home body. LOL Guess everything is relative.
So, my blog posting schedule is about to become much more erratic over the next few months, and probably non-existent once I’m on the ship. But, hopefully I’ll have lots of images and stories to share when it is all done.