Giving thanks: a quiet end to the #52hike challenge

I started this post the night before Thanksgiving, but it got too busy to finish it. Now it’s the day after Thanksgiving and the serenity of that moment is gone, but the sentiments remain. Here on the this Thanksgiving eve, before the Turkey Trots and family visits…after the food prep is done and Sadie andContinue reading “Giving thanks: a quiet end to the #52hike challenge”

Solo snaps: A cold sunset, a year later

NOTE: I started this post nearly one year ago. I have not hit publish on it, because, frankly, I felt some embarrassment about some of the emotions and reactions I described. They seemed foolish upon reading, and it’s hard for me to seem foolish (even though it happens quite a lot!). But a lot hasContinue reading “Solo snaps: A cold sunset, a year later”

On top of the world: The Sulpher Skyline Trail

There was a moment during my recent hiking trip to Canada when I found myself asking an important existential question. Do I even like hiking? See, as regular blog readers will know, I tend to have the occasional meltdown while climbing up hills (see this post from back in May). I worked hard before thisContinue reading “On top of the world: The Sulpher Skyline Trail”

Solo Snaps: Sparkling rose in the rain

Welcome to “Solo Snaps”, exploring some of my favorite photos, their stories, and the musings that sometimes come with them. Click here if you’d like to know more.  If you’d like to buy customizable notecards with this image on them click here.  I won’t lie: I LOVE taking pictures of flowers. And while I likeContinue reading “Solo Snaps: Sparkling rose in the rain”

Solo Snaps: A Slice of Sky

Welcome to a new series I’m calling “Solo Snaps”, exploring some of my favorite photos, their stories, and the musings on being solo that sometimes come with them. Click here if you’d like to know more. If you’d like to buy customizable notecards featuring this image, click here. There are some – a very fewContinue reading “Solo Snaps: A Slice of Sky”