Rich & ReyLynda are a military couple on the move, recently arrived to Denver Colorado via San Diego, California and Yokosuka, Japan.
*** WHY DO WE BLOG? ***
Well, our friends and families asked for it. They wonder what life was like in Japan, our most recent nomadic milestone. They wonder how we drove on the left without hitting pedestrians, how we ate noodles with two sticks, and how we were crazy enough to put our two pets on a United Airlines flight in kennels when a few Coach Class passengers should've been there instead.
Our new adventures in Southern California continue the "Between Random Planets" story as we share our adventures & observations from every part of the globe that we find ourselves in.
*** BIO BRIEFS ***
RICH: currently stationed on the U.S.S. Reagan; he's a Petty Officer in the US Navy in the specialized field of Electronic Warfare. His job is so multi-faceted, and although I won't always be able to blog on where he is or exactly what he's doing due to security reasons (and because I often don't know myself), I'm still hoping to update family and friends on what I can in a timely manner.
REYLYNDA: I graduated from a Masters program in Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine in Santa Monica, and am licensed through the California and Florida state boards of Acupuncture. Professional site is listed above....
CODY: Our globe-trotting Border Collie; we suspect she secretly has a very active online social life when we're out of the house.
*** SHARED OBSESSIONS ***
Motorcycles, Backpacking, rollercoasters, trains, Baseball, New York Pizza, Fireworks, animals, Techno/Trance clubs, Online Gaming (any game, any time, anywhere).
Surfing, horror movies and scaring the stuffing out of little kids at Halloween, icy-cold beverages, almanacs, dictionaries, spooky places, prosciutto y melone, shopping at Fry's Electronics, getting email when he's far from home, a ventrilo server with no lagREY-SPECIFIC FAVORITES:
Ice-skating, ballroom and swing dancing, movies with popcorn and junior mints (thanks Mom), Tai Chi, the Sunday paper, bi-planes, a good hot strong cup of English Tea, letters and emails, Rigatoni de la Richie, wine cellars (and the stuff that goes in them)