The Scenic Road Home

When I decided to come back to America I knew I wanted to take the scenic route. Luckily, I had the opportunity to take this road traveling through Colombia with a 67 year old bad-ass. The finale in a series of adventures that have made up my journey over the last four years. The trip […]

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Next Steps

I wish I could say the excitement and good vibes I was feeling at the end of my last post kept going throughout my first month in Korea, but the reality was a bit different. It all changed rather abruptly when I moved from the apartment I was in during training to the apartment I […]

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Time Flies

“El tiempo vuela cuando te estás divirtiendo” Hola amigos y familia!  I can’t believe it has almost been four months since I last updated this blog, and over six months since I finished Peace Corps and left Guyana.  As I reflect on everything since then, I am surprised at how much has happened, because really […]

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Power & Truth

“Power tempts even the best of men to take liberties with the truth” – Joseph Sobran Living in Ecuador has been a great experience thus far.  I have daily opportunities to work on learning Spanish, exercise, explore, eat new foods, read, and spend time with my family.  This is a unique time in my life, […]

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Scary Decisions

So here I am, sitting in my new room.  My new room, which happens to be under my parent’s roof. As you can imagine, this is a bit uncomfortable – being a 33 year old – yet at the same time, very comfortable, and feels like home. Such is my case of being a recently […]

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Identity Crisis

Whoa. Two months from now my Peace Corps service will be over. Where have two years gone? As I reflect today on my time in Guyana, I find myself amazed, amused, and anxious. I am amazed at how much I have grown to enjoy this country, and grown as a person. The hectic minibus rides with […]

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Top 10

With a year passing since my last update, I thought a “Top 10” type list would be the best way to summarize what’s been going on with me down in Guyana, and elsewhere.  So, here we go… Chase’s Top 10 since 2015 1 I ended 2015 with a visit to Utah, and a cruise to Mexico, surrounded by […]

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