Welcome to the Hackstaff's Web Site!

"Not all who wander are lost"



Now shall I walk
Or shall I ride?
"Ride," Pleasure said:
"Walk," Joy replied.

- - - by W. H. Davies


Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry
and narrow mindedness.

- - - Mark Twain


An new look at the world of
"outdoor loos"

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Great Burgundy wine is like an orgasm. "If you're not sure whether you've had one, you haven't. If you have had one, you want another one as quickly as possible".

- - - Simon Woods


No matter where you go,
there you are.


The both of us love to travel. Over the past years, we've not only vacationed, but also worked in other countries including Germany, Australia, France, England, Canada, Nigeria and Japan. We've been very fortunate to meet some really wonderful people, make great new friends, and experience other cultures and societies. Our photos document the journey we've taken and the various roads we've traveled over the years. They are our souvenirs and our memories. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

Feel free to browse around and send me an email if you find problems or want me to pick up the pace in certain areas of which you would like to see more.


Hackstaff and Quinnild Family Info.

OK, this is one of these modern, but relatively useless family domains. Our desire is to first, share our travel photos, stories and travel information with any one wishing to view these pages and secondly, to bring together a readily identifiable family domain where family information can be shared. Please send us an e-mail if you are looking for Hackstaff or Quinnild family members, or if you like to support family research of the Hackstaff or Quinnild families. We look forward to hearing from you.

Eddie and Sheena

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If you would like to contact us, please email;
Eddie at Hackstaff.com

This site was last updated December 24, 2015.

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Background Image -Machu Pichu viewed through a door in the ruins during our trek in October 2014.