This is the first episode of an all-audio podcast named Audio Pod Chronicles. Since December, 2005, I have published a combined audio and video podcast, Mile High Pod Chronicles, which will now comprise only videos.
I am a grandfather, a poet, former journalist and retired natural gas company executive. I serve on the boards of the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA), and the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs. My wife and I live in Denver but travel about half the year, mainly to New England, St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and France.
All these experiences and passions flow into my podcasting. I’d love to hear from you at PodChronicles@gmail.com or here at my new Libsyn blog. Show notes for the video podcast are here, and my general blog of writing and photographs is here.
This first episode of Audio Pod Chronicles offers my thoughts on finishing Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness as we near the end of a seven-week Fall Foliage RV Ramble to QuÃ©bec and New England. We return the rented 32-foot Southwind motorhome to its owner on Monday.