As long as I’m going to be crossing virtual Namibia for, well probably weeks to come, I need to keep finding points of interest about it.Continue reading “VAL: In the Namibian desert”
I’ve officially been working on the Virtual African Loop (the custom solo mission I created via MyVirtualMission.com) for a year.
In fact, today is Day 1 of Year 2.Continue reading “VAL: One year in”
We meant to go sooner, but couldn’t get it scheduled.Continue reading “Good times (and good days) remembered: Glacier NP 2019”
It turns out that poulet yassa is a traditional dish in both Senegal and Guinea, helping me catch up on the culinary aspect of my misadventures.
I decided to work from this version, though I also found a Guinean recipe that I decided I could also try if this one seemed promising but wasn’t quite the thing.Continue reading “Virtual African Loop: Chicken Yassa”
As I type this, not as it posts, it’s the actual day of the actual Baltimore Festival of Running. I am not running. I did my marathon, twice, earlier this month.
But the air is crisp and the sun is shining. It’s a glorious Autumn weekend morning… it’s a lovely day to get out and move.Continue reading “A song in – or maybe for – my heart”
For someone awfully important
So one of my old friends asked me a few days back, how I’ve been getting all my steps every day, even though I’m in so much. (As of course many of us are.) Continue reading “Old friends”
Though it may seem that way…
If September 1 has a theme song here, it’s Forty by Cuppa Joe. (I quite literally got 1/3 of my daily steps to it, on the very cheeriest of loops that day.)
On the other hand, September 6 doesn’t really have a single theme song. But if it had a musical mix, the GoGos must be played…