by Hieu Minh Nguyen on January 1, 2015 | Comment Count
The year 2014 was an exciting one. I met last year’s resolution of travelling more by visiting eight states (Colorado, Texas, California, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Hawaii) and two countries (Mexico, Japan), but it’s still not enough. And (sadly, yet eagerly) it never will be.
Despite living in flatsville Dallas, Texas, I was able to pursue my hobbies. I snowboarded in the best snow conditions I’ve ever snowboarded. Thank you Keystone Resort in February. I spent 3 days on a liveaboard boat, scuba diving in the Gulf of Mexico where swarms of horse-eye jack fish swarmed us much like in this video. I also received my B-license from the U.S. Parachute Association.
Overall, it was a pretty good year. No major injuries, countless laughs with friends and strangers, and some life-changing food. Oh, I can’t forget the food (street tacos in Mexico City, ribs at Q39).
I believe the year 2015 will be start of a new chapter in my life. At least I hope so. In no particular order, I’d like to work on:
Of course, the usual goals still remain: