While I wish I could be going and seeing my friends, until then I’m glad to share a virtual challenge with my Asia-cruise gang.Continue reading “Trekking with distant friends”
Ring Road continues to be lovely, as we almost continuously hug the coastline.
The craggy volcanic mountains meet windswept seas.Continue reading “Wind, Sea, Sky and … Sheep”
This challenge started out as Solo Mission Impossible because with a three-year max limit, I could not possibly walk the equivalent of all the way around Africa.Continue reading “VAL: Virtual Africa Loop”
The road back to Crater Lake means crossing back across the CA-OR border.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: back into Oregon”
My friends from the Asia cruise on the Sapphire Princess had talked about getting together again. We hadn’t even parted when reunions were discussed, and shortly after we got home, we batted around a few possible cruise destinations to meet up again.
But… well, I don’t have to say it. We all know. COVID-19 happened. Continue reading “Virtual reunions”
At nearly 60% of the way around the Ring Road, we’re coming back up on coastline. But first, we pass some of its more famous waterfalls.Continue reading “Virtual Iceland: Famous Waterfalls”
I’m making my way north again, inland this time, headed toward Crater Lake up in Oregon.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Wait, Bigfoot?”
Up to now, all my virtual challenges have been pursued by counting my steps. I’ve essentially walked them all.Continue reading “Something new: Virtual Route 66”
My virtual trek has taken me to Senegal. Not only is that a delightful bit of progress… it’s also the first place I’ve reached where Google Street View is widely available.Continue reading “Solo mission impossible (but maybe possible): Senegal”