Making fresh trackz
I get around. My 37 years as a sports journalist in South Florida have taken me all over North America and to assignments as distant as Western Australia. That has fueled my love for travel and desire for more.
Travel is not necessarily about venturing a great distance, it is about exploring, expanding horizons. I am fortunate that when home I am in one of the world’s premier travel destinations. I never take that for granted nor tire of fresh discovery, whether near or far. And it’s not just about the places, but about the people that make them distinct.
I have been a runner all of my life, and make a priority of running wherever I go. I learn the most about a place when I explore it on foot.
These are some of my favorite encounters along the way, with a preference for avoiding the well-worn paths.
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New feature: Stadium Scenes
Check out a new photo page of images from my travels as a sports journalist to some prominent ballparks and arenas.
Vintage tales: Good as new
Craigslegz debuts new category featuring memorable trips from the past under Good Old Stuff:
A father-daughter pilgrimage found a winning combination of baseball and beer in Boston in the summer of 2007.
Summer of 2015 special feature series
Craigslegz tours the western Mediterranean
First stop: Whirlwind tour of Italy, Spain, Mallorca and France leaves memorable montage of people, places.
Second stop: It’s amore at first sight on the Amalfi Coast.
Treasure in Mallorca: Soller train a trip back in time full of surprises.
Photo gallery: sights from the colorful Amalfi Coast.
More stories, photos coming soon!
Check out the latest Alien sightings.
Among other recent recent highlights:
Craigslegz returns to scene of Philadelphia Marathon 45 years later and finds the spirit of Rocky Balboa thriving and inspiring fitness fanatics.
Giant Pegasis statue and Cuban food highlight Kentucky Derby Day in South Florida.
Toronto’s quaint island airport a joy for travelers and oh, so Canada. It’s named for a World War I flying ace who fought the Red Baron.
South Florida band called The Flyers will rock your socks off with the Jimi Hendrix Fire Drill.
Return to Aspen: Getting lost in the woods on Snowmass Mountain is a real blast.
How do Canadians survive the endless winters? Pass the maple whiskey
Track our Travel Alien
Craigslegz’s mascot is a three-eyed alien from the Toy Story films,
because when we travel we’re all aliens. See where he’s been and
look for the latest sightings here.