I’m in the final twenty-odd miles of my trek around the Pacific Northwest. By the time this posts, I’ll be done.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: concluding in the Columbia River Gorge”
Another virtual adventure ends… S and I have circuited the Ring Road in Iceland!Continue reading “We rang that road”
When I started this solo challenge, originally it was to end with the loop of Crater Lake.
Later, I decided to trek back north afterwards, to end in the Columbia River Gorge, more closely mirroring my IRL journey of a few years ago.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Crater Lake”
As if 6 hours of the BBC production of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice were not enough…Continue reading “A literary day”
When I made this trip in real life (and by car), the crossing from Washington to Oregon was memorable.
And also, scenic:Continue reading “Solo mission NW: crossing the border”
I’m entering the curve around Olympic National Park, curving my way around the coast.
I’m also 10% of the way through the overall challenge. So, you know. Progress.
That picture is from when I visited North Cascades back in September 2016. Continue reading “New solo mission – Pacific NW”
The fact that I am here (and God willing I am still here when this posts) means that I am, in a sense, where I am meant to be.
And then, where I need to be, in the days of COVID. Not in the office. Not in stores or gatherings. Not having dinner parties or houseguests in the house. Continue reading “Where I should be”
Another headache on waking.
This one comes with nausea.
Both will come in waves from before I wake up to after I go back to bed. Continue reading “Bleah”