Lost…with some hope of being found

We can all be forgiven if we feel a little lost these days. Everything is…well…choose your adjective…messed up. Nothing feels right. Forward motion has stopped; all we have is the next day, or maybe the next week, and while we know exactly what those days will look like (hint – the same as the onesContinue reading “Lost…with some hope of being found”

Do I remember how to do this? Part II

The other day someone asked me if I’d ever camped alone before. “Sure,” I said breezily, even thought it had really only been a couple of times. And the last time had been a pretty big bust. That same person asked if I ever was scared. I answered yes, but the reality is I wasContinue reading “Do I remember how to do this? Part II”

Is there something between epic and domestic?

Facebook memories are usually wonderful. I often surprise myself with how funny I was X years ago that one day, and I love looking back at trip photos that pop up. It’s also interesting to see the trends of life and how they change. For example, according to Facebook, I used to be a lotContinue reading “Is there something between epic and domestic?”

Seeking shooting stars

Yesterday should have been my first day on a vacation in Yosemite National Park, a place I’ve dreamed of seeing for years. No need to dwell on the details, but Covid-19 torpedoed that trip a few months back. I’ve been trying to keep a good attitude about the whole thing, because really, it’s not aContinue reading “Seeking shooting stars”

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”