… even though I (virtually) passed through Forks, WA.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: No sparkly vampires yet…”
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”
So, my folks have a stationary bike — have had, for years. It hasn’t been used in years; at least not since they moved down here. I know this is true because they had it still packaged up in the wrappings for moving.Continue reading “Biking?”
I’m 7.5% of the way (I will have passed the 10% marker, God willing, by the time this posts).Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Ferry Ride”
So I keep blathering on about the virtual challenges I’ve taken on, and it got me wondering, dear readers…
(Also thanks for sticking with me because I really wanted to test out the “block” editor and polling, I guess we will find out together how it worked out.)
Deception Pass State Park, that is.
As you might imagine, it’s pretty country I’m not really visiting. But fortunately Google has been there.
It’s such beautiful country out there. I’ve been blessed to see so much of this beautiful world that was created and entrusted to us. I am so thankful there are ways to see it remotely right now.
But I’m also mindful that air quality for the entire West Coast is, as I write this, currently terrible due to Wildfire. I’m aware that much of what I see in these images would be burned, or obstructed by smoke, at present.
May God have mercy, and watch over those in the path of this destruction.
I saw a virtual race to support The Dragonfly and their work to fight pediatric cancer. Continue reading “In which I pause one set of virtual walks to do another”
Having passed the 20% mark (and planted trees in the process), we receive another postcard from our cross-UK virtual adventure.