Once I reached the California border, it wasn’t far until I was in amid the redwood forests.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Redwood Forest”
We can only carry over so many vacation days at the end of the year. Even though vacation wasn’t really a thing for most of this year, so “taking” time off seemed kind of pointless.Continue reading “All the Fridays”
Aside from the day I couldn’t bear to be on the bus and thus tried to sleep the whole day (alas, missing lovely views of the Irish countryside) I had a delightful time on my tour of Ireland.Continue reading “Recalling Ireland”
In 2016 I stopped at Rockaway Beach and then went on to Oceanside for a quick lunch stop that overlooked the ocean, and therefore bypassing Tillamook — always favoring the coastline along my route south.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Virtual Tillamook”
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.
Most of my solo walking mission is, as I mentioned, based on an actual driving trip I made a few years back.
Most, but not all. Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Virtually veering off”
That picture is from when I visited North Cascades back in September 2016. Continue reading “New solo mission – Pacific NW”