Many of my family members and friends have suggested that many decades ago, but I'm just too lazy. I've written some blogs on my trips, but they are far in between my travels. What I will say is that I've been fortunate to have met many people during my travels not only in the US but in foreign countries. I have friends in Singapore, Moscow, Cuba, Mexico, England, France, Germany, and all across the US. One of my interesting acquaintance was a rocket scientist, Bob Brodsky. He taught Astronautics at Iowa State Univesity and USC. We met on a cruise on the Mexican Riviera and kept in touch for many years until his passing last year. He designed the aerodynamics on the atomic bombs I worked with in the Air Force in the late 1950's. I also met Francisco Baez who lives in Mexico City on a social forum just a few years ago. When I was in Mexico City on my way to Cuba, he spent the day with me and showed me his city. He taught at the university for 10 years and is now the editor of the English newspaper in Mexico. I met Sergei on social media, and when I visited Moscow, he spent the day with me showing me places most tourists don't see. I met another Muscovite on a trip to Cuba, Oleg. We met at a cigar store in Havana. He's some bigwig with McDonalds in Russia. I met a doctor and his wife from Singapore on a trip to the UK. On our first day in London, I came down with the shingles, and Bill had painkillers that he fed me throughout the trip. When I planned a trip to Singapore, I wrote to them and told them I wanted them to be my guest for dinner. They said they'll pick me up at the hotel at 6:30, but rather than going to a restaurant, they took me to their home and fed me dinner. So on my next visit to Singapore, I insisted that they be my guest for dinner, and let them choose the restaurant. We went to a seafood restaurant where they have fishes and other seafood in tanks that you pick for them to prepare. Here in the US, I have friends in San Francisco, Alameda, San Diego, Houston, Austin, Chicago, and NYC. When I plan to go to those places, I try to get in touch with them to get together for a meal and drinks. Some years ago, I organized a get-together for a2k members in San Francisco, and Francis flew over from France. Nothing like that has happened for several decades, and I doubt people are interested in traveling any more for social media meets except for locals. I think they still have meets in Boston and NYC. Beyond that, my travels are now few, but my wife and I are doing the Columbia and Snake River cruise in October. It's been a blast having visited some 128 countries, all 7 continents, the northernmost and southernmost cities of the world. Even flew to the top of Mt Everest. and dipped my feet in the Dead Sea. My brother is a doctor, and he can't figure out how I was able to afford all that travel. I managed.