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Vera Koo reflects on the power of forgiveness, and how 30 years ago, she took this course in her life. Find out why she believes it was the right thing to do.
Vera Koo takes us on a journey to Spain, where she traveled extensively throughout the country and saw two performances by Flamenco dancers.
Vera Koo visits the Chelsea Garden Show in London. Along with learning more about this historical event, we also find out more about Vera’s philosophy of aging and traveling.
Vera Koo spent Valentine’s Day alone this year, but it didn’t make her sad one bit. Find out what happened and why.
Vera Koo offers wisdom about evolving into a different artist, appreciating the simple and fine things you find in life and in people.
Vera Koo’s family decides to relive the past, on a houseboat adventure. Go with her to Lake Mead and experience the magic.
In this post we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite adventurous experiences that Vera Koo has blogged about. Enjoy this recap!
Vera Koo’s daughter, Shane, describes what it’s like to return to the sport of climbing, and about how it has changed.
Vera Koo has seen many trials, and luckily for us, blogs about those experiences. Read excerpts from a few of these “Inspiration” posts.
Vera Koo writes, “Although I cannot expect to be on top of my game at this point in my sporting clay shooting journey, it feels good to be striving toward improvement. I don’t feel stale. I feel invigorated. At 75-years old, I have a reason to exercise. I have a carrot to chase, a challenge to drive me and help keep me focused.”
Vera Koo loves to travel. In this post, we’ve rounded up a few of her blogs about some of her favorite adventures.
Vera Koo learns how to put on the brakes when training for competing, which can apply to so many other facets of life.
Vera Koo describes her summer vacation with family in tow, to search for the elusive geoduck clam on the shore of Washington state.
Vera Koo and some of her family members recently hiked to the top of Lanikai Pillbox in Hawaii. She discovered a few things about the hike and about her life in the process.
Shane Koo tells us how her daughter, Mia, has become interested in her mother’s passion: rock climbing. Shane believes it is a parent’s goal to be surpassed by her children, in all aspects of life.
This post features excerpts from two of Vera Koo’s blog posts on the topics of God and faith, and the role they play in her life.
While on a kayaking excursion, Carlos was struggling in the waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawaii when my daughter, Shane, arrived at a harrowing thought: This might be it. I’m thankful to report that it wasn’t “it” for Carlos. My husband is alive and...
Jim O’Young was my mentor when I entered the competitive pistol shooting sports more than 25 years ago, and I trust his wisdom. This time, though, I was skeptical. “Vera, you’re going to compete again,” he told me. My competition days are finished, I told Jim. I...
By Vera Koo, Women's Outdoor News, Published September 5, 2017 This shark adventure is a guest column written by Vera Koo’s husband, Carlos … Vera and I have different avenues toward pursuing our hobbies. Vera is drawn to activities that she can try to conquer. She’s...
By Vera Koo, Women's Outdoor News, Published March 25, 2015 While much of the Western world was celebrating the holidays with festivity, light, family and gifts, I fulfilled a life-long dream of visiting uncharted regions of the Eastern world last fall. My passport...
By Vera Koo, Women's Outdoor News, Published January 6, 2015 I did not grow up playing with toy guns. I grew up playing with dolls. In fact, as a child, I never had any interest in guns. I was raised in a very traditional Chinese family that valued women as nurturers...
In this article, posted at the NRA's "Shooting Sports USA," Vera Koo explains why it became time to retire from shooting sports. In fact, she pinpoints the exact moment she decided that her days of running race guns needed to end. I was precise in everything I did...
This is a guest post written by Vera Koo’s daughter, Shane, and describes her quest to find the elusive geoduck clam while on a camping trip.