Who is Herb Caen?

Who is Herb Caen?

I was up early this morning and headed out for a run with the best of the downtown San Francisco in mind: a couple of hills, the crooked Lombard Street, the Fisherman’s Wharf, the Embarcadero, AT&T Park, and Market Street – all in one run! I started...
Nob, Russian, Mason & Market

Nob, Russian, Mason & Market

After feeling terrible yesterday and getting back late after hitting the ballgame, I woke early this morning for a long day of work. I started early, had a first meeting over coffee, then worked all morning to a working lunch, more meetings in the afternoon, and...
Zipper Run

Zipper Run

One of the hassles of flying halfway around the world is that the jet lag is very real. It means having a bad time on arrival sometimes (see yesterday’s run in San Francisco) and it means waking at times that are far from ideal for work for a couple of days....
Jet Lagged

Jet Lagged

So I was too ambitious today. I flew into San Francisco this afternoon which meant getting up at 2am, leaving the house at 3am, flying to Amsterdam and then flying across the north Atlantic to the US west coast. And then I decided to go for a run. Not smart. I took...
Transition Day

Transition Day

Jamie and I returned from some time in London yesterday. It’s great to be back in Lyon, seeing C├ęcile, and feeling the comfort that comes from knowing that you understand the city, the way it lives and breathes, and the way things work. Even if they might have...
Goodbye to London

Goodbye to London

After a relaxing time in London, Jamie and I are bidding farewell to the UK this morning and boarding the Eurostar at lunch to return to France, to Lyon, and to home. It’s been nice to take a break with him and see a little of the city that I hadn’t seen...