Turn Right at Machu Picchu (Mark Adams)

Turn Right at Machu Picchu was recommended to me by a friend, for unique reasons.  Mainly, because I sing in an Anglican choir.  Which, I know, doesn’t seem like something even remotely related to Peru.  And it wouldn’t be…except I sing with a grandson of Hiram Bingham III, the explorer who “discovered” Machu Picchu.  (And … Continue reading Turn Right at Machu Picchu (Mark Adams)


The Hunt for Vulcan (Thomas Levenson)

Outside of a few biology topics that related to animals, I was never much interested in science during my high school years. So I’m making more of an effort, as an adult, to expose myself to science topics. First, because it’s good to learn new things: it makes the world make more sense (and you’ll … Continue reading The Hunt for Vulcan (Thomas Levenson)