Well, my Montana trip is drawing to a close along with my time off. Tomorrow night it is off to a hotel in a different city to attend an event Friday morning, then I start the day-long trek home. I was hoping to drive it straight through but I don't know if I will or … Continue reading March 28th, 2018
Didn't sleep very well last night. You know that trouble you have getting a good night's sleep when you are in a hotel or a new place. On top of that I heard a damn dog barking - even without my hearing aids in. One of the joys of being in a populated area. I … Continue reading March 10th, 2018
The final blow to the season is that annoying twice-yearly ritual...the time change. It brings a realness to winter's pending smack of reality this time of year...the same as it opens the curtain for the new season approaching. Yes, it is dark at 5:00 and it will get darker earlier until Winter Solstice. Mid-December in … Continue reading It’s Five P.M. It’s Dark.
This morning I got adventurous and tried to make a breakfast dish in the oven with bacon, eggs, turkey sausage, English muffins, tater tots, and 5 different kinds of cheese. It came out okay - it is a little dry but I'm sure it's nothing a little gravy cannot fix! It was a lazy day … Continue reading November 4th, 2017
It was five years ago today I started at the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge - my first home in Washington. September 27th, 2012...it was the beginning of big changes in life and this chapter has been incredible thus far! I have posted most of my adventures on here since the start (hurry...check out all the … Continue reading A Bit Contemplative
It's been a really good week. I got a little hiking in, got some vacation sightseeing in on a road trip, and I got to hang out with Meghan and Loran and had some great food at the baby shower/cookout. I even got to try a local Montana beer called Cold Smoke Scottish Ale. It … Continue reading Back Home Tomorrow
An awesome night's sleep in one of the most comfy beds I have ever slept in. The room was one I hated to leave but there's no way I could ever afford to stay in a place like this for an extended period of time. I finally got to see my surroundings this morning since … Continue reading Revelstoke to Cranbrook