New shoes…and nowhere to go

I love hiking boots and shoes. I love them almost as much as all my running friends love their running shoes, and that’s saying something. I love the solid feeling of them, how they connect my feet to the earth. Well, they’re meant to do exactly that, of course, but I’m talking more in theContinue reading “New shoes…and nowhere to go”

Throwback travel diary: Maligne Lake

It’s official. I don’t know what to say or do amid the coronavirus crisis that we are all living through right now. In reality, my life has hardly changed. I’ve always worked from home. I’m socially distanced by my nature, only closing that distance when I choose to, not because my life dictates it. ButContinue reading “Throwback travel diary: Maligne Lake”

Notes from the beach (3/17/20)

Before we begin, there’s a pandemic and Tom Brady is leaving the Patriots. Someone needs to check on Boston – you okay up there, Beantown? Can I get you a green beer or something? Sheesh, these are trying times in my favorite city. But, back to the business of living in the world of Covid-19.Continue reading “Notes from the beach (3/17/20)”

Covid-19: Notes from the beach (3/16/20)

In case you’ve been living under a rock, the United States is in an unprecedented quasi-shutdown, in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, and it’s associated sickness, Covid-19. So I thought a new blog challenge was in order. After all, what else do many of you have to do but readContinue reading “Covid-19: Notes from the beach (3/16/20)”

False Cape After Dark

False Cape State Park is a beautiful place. At least, I think it is. The trees, dunes and ocean looked pretty cool under an almost-full moon. I’m sure it’s quite lovely under the sun. False Cape is located south of Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, which sits south of Virginia Beach. In fact, the onlyContinue reading “False Cape After Dark”