About Me and this Blog

Max HartshorneSince 2004, I’ve been publishing this blog about my life as an editor, frequent traveler, and media and business critic. I spend my work days reading travel stories and publishing them on GoNOMAD Travel, and working with sponsors and advertising clients to help promote their businesses.
You’ll find theater and music reviews as well as commentary on new books, life in the Valley, and a wide range of topics.  When I travel, I update this blog every day.
I am lucky to have a good woman by my side, and my two grown children living nearby.  My grand children, Nathan and Sofie, are a joy to watch grow up.
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Max Hartshorne
Max Hartshorne has been the editor of the GoNOMAD.com travel website since 2002. Over the past decade, he has had the privilege of working with writers and publishing travel articles about nearly every country in the world. He has also been a consistent world traveler, writing hundreds of his own travel stories and posting daily blogs from the 10 or more yearly international trips he takes around the world.

6 thoughts on “About Me and this Blog”

  1. HI
    I was just tagged in a GoNOMAD.com article you wrote about Vero Beach, FL and I wanted to thank you.

    I feel blessed to be able to share my passions of kayaking and wildlife watching with people everyday!

    If you are in the area again, please do let me know as I would love to get you outdoors for another adventure. Just for future knowledge, Kayaks Etc has been closed for more than 5 years- Our hearts were not into retail. My husband Mike and I along with the help and support of family and friends founded A Florida Outdoor Center, a nonprofit focusing on reconnecting people to nature through outdoor adventures.

    We are still offering tours- with the educational flare and have added programs such as our Junior Guide Leadership Training Program that gives teens skills and experiences that will set a strong foundation for them as they enter the job force and Adventure Camp for kids 8 and up that is heavy in free play and teaching the basic outdoor skills.

    Thank you again, I am honored to be included in the article.

    Have a great day and get outdoors and play!!

    Kristen Beck
    A Florida Outdoor Center

  2. Liked reading about art outdoors. We rarely have that kind of exhibit here in Sonoma. Art is limited to museums and private homes. Winery tasting rooms occasionally have visiting artists exhibit their work. Sometimes there is an interesting artist in residence at the community center.

  3. Jeni I think someone in Sonoma needs to create their own ‘art in the vineyard’ sculpture tour. It’s rare that old New England beats Cali on anything but in this case, it seems it’s time for you western folks to follow us old Easterners, it’s so fun touring the art and enjoying the views and the fruit ripening on the trees!

  4. Hi,
    if You are Luis from Pico who had some lessons in the `Altes Gymnasium`- please send a hint – the old e-mail doesn`t work.

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