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”
My friends and I are all walking Cabot Trail at our respective paces.Continue reading “Cabot Trail: Final stretch”
Just south of Freetown in Sierra Leone, there’s the Western Area Park Area.Continue reading “Virtual African Loop: Western Area Park Area”
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”
Crossing over into California, still hugging the coastline. When I did this IRL I stayed the night in Crescent City.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: California Coast”
I’ve made my way back to the Oregon Coastal Highway on my virtual walk south.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Coastal”
I’m slowly making my way down the (virtual) Oregon coast on one of my virtual missions.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Oregon coast”
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”
An eternity ago, when travel was a thing and cruising was a thing and dining in at restaurants was a thing, S and I spent a couple of days in Little Havana, Miami where we ate delicious food and listened to fun music and just generally had a great time. Continue reading “A little taste of Cuba”
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”