Christmas Crazy: Welcome Home

December 23, 2015 in Canada, North America, Travelogue

My house, at this moment, is a rodeo. At five thirty, when I gingerly tiptoed to my kitchen to quietly make tea and then tiptoe to my seat at the […]

What’s In My Pack

November 11, 2015 in Inspiration, North America, Travelogue, United States

I’m participating in the Indie Travel Challenge with BootsnAll this month… today’s question is “What’s the one thing you couldn’t travel without?” So… of course I”m not answering the question… […]

On Pickling & the Passing of Time

June 25, 2015 in Canada, Travelogue

It has been the week of evening rains. Long slow soakers that drive deep and make the worms wriggle to the surface. I’d forgotten how thunder rolls in across the […]

Making Love Canadian Style

May 14, 2015 in Canada, North America, Travelogue

The sun is rising over Breakey’s Bay. The moon, not quite ready to give up her kingdom, has been reduced to the fingernail sliver of a crescent that reminds me […]

Going Home, Finding Home

May 3, 2015 in Canada, North America, Travelogue

Today is a significant day. It is the day that our family goes home. To a place, not a concept. Where we will stay. Mostly. You read that right. Today […]

Notes from Nowhere PA: On a 12 hour road trip with teens

April 24, 2015 in North America, Travelogue, United States

We are a combined  35 feet, 4 inches of body length, give or take. As family length goes, that’s hovering somewhere above average. This morning, that 35 feet, 4 inches is […]

Family Photos- 2015

April 21, 2015 in Guatemala, North America, Travelogue

So, our awesome friend Luke took some family photos for us last week, in our garden in Guatemala. We thought you might like to see:

Gabe Turns 17: Of Course. Obviously.

April 21, 2015 in North America, Travelogue, United States

Once upon a time, there was a little boy who lived at my house who wore nothing but a skunk skin hat (it was made of rabbit fur, really) and […]

Leaving Guatemala: What I Learned Today

April 15, 2015 in Guatemala, North America, Travelogue

In other news… I hate goodbyes. Hate ‘em.  You’d think, with all of the practice we’ve had, that they’d get easier. Nope. Not even a little. As we bumped up […]

The Gaia Project: We Were Painted Naked

April 7, 2015 in Guatemala, North America, Travelogue

So, we were painted… naked. Sounds like it would be a long story, doesn’t it? Only it wasn’t. It just, kind of, happened.  San Marcos is a weird place. Stuff […]

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