Top 5 Posts from 5 Years of Adventure Patches

This week Adventure Patches turns five! I published my first post for an assignment in a college five years ago today. I didn’t know I would continue beyond that semester-long project, but I did because people responded and enjoyed what … Continued

Birthday Quest: Arizona’s 5 Temples

To celebrate my birthday last week I decided to visit all five LDS temples in Arizona. This ambitious idea required a plan. Two of them are three hours away from Phoenix in opposite directions, and at least four hours are … Continued

Lego, Cars and UNESCO

Lego The first part of 2015 has been very eventful at my work place. It began with the unveiling of a special model of Wright’s winter camp made of more than 200,000 Lego bricks created by one of the Danish … Continued

A Photographic Adventure to the Los Angeles Temple

On my quest to visit and photograph all of the world’s LDS temples, while helping my sister drive home to California from Texas recently we made a pit stop at the Los Angeles California Temple. I had visited this temple … Continued

A New Year’s Adventure to Tumacacori

Ever since rafting on the Li River on New Year’s Day in 2012, I’ve wanted to make each New Year’s Day a day of adventure to set the next 365 days off to a great start. Two years ago for … Continued

Two Houstons – A President and a City

I had a busy Christmas vacation going to Oklahoma to see the Price Tower in Bartlesville, but that wasn’t my only excursion away from Dallas. I also went to Houston to visit family, a friend and the Houston Temple. I had … Continued

Temples in Oklahoma, Houston and Dallas

As you know if you’ve been following my adventures for a while, I have in addition to visiting Frank Lloyd Wright buildings on my bucket list to visit all of the temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day … Continued

Architectural Drive-bys

Frank Lloyd Wright was a very prolific architect having designed more than 1,000 projects with around half of those actually being built. Of the remaining about 400+ still-standing Wright buildings only 70 are open to the public. The rest are … Continued

Number 43

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Each time I go home, I try to have an adventure at some attraction the DFW area has to offer. Last time I made it to the Perot Museum. This time I visited the George W. Bush Presidential Center at … Continued

The Price Tower continued

Continued from the last post – “the tree that escaped the crowded forest” The Experience I stayed in one of the converted office spaces on the 8th floor on the northeast side of the tower, so my views were of … Continued

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