… even though I (virtually) passed through Forks, WA.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: No sparkly vampires yet…”
In real life, Scotland is the very first place outside the US that I ever visited. I had intended to visit Canada, and — well that’s a whole other story that’s long past telling. In 2006, I left the US for the first time, with a friend who had friends in Scotland. And so began my international adventures.Continue reading “Virtual UK: Scotland”
My virtual trek around the Pacific Northwest continues. I’m still working my way around the area near Olympic National Park.
The 5-6 miles I walk each day aren’t exactly racing me along the route. (I only add the biked distances to my Africa loop). But that’s ok. I do occasionally put in a crazy number of bonus miles. Marathons & such, you know.
And the scenery is lovely, even just a few miles at a time.
I hope you’re finding your adventures where you may, in these challenging times.
I knew I had to be creeping up on this Fitbit lifetime distance badge – but I didn’t see it come in, when it did.Continue reading “Distance”
Some things just fit their names, you know?
Like, Meadow View:
Our virtual walk across the UK (Lands End to John O’Groats) with The Conqueror is just a delight at every turn. We are having so much fun!
My fantastic blessing of a BIL came by of a Friday evening to power wash my place.Continue reading “Power wash”
As soon as the work day was over, I masked up, threw on shoes, remembered keys (woot, another disaster averted), grabbed the recycling to go out, and began the trek to mom and dad’s.Continue reading “Wet”