Catching Up

January 9, 2017 in North America, TearAway, Travelogue, United States

It’s been a long while since I updated you on the voyage south. Apologies. I’ll try to get you caught up. In the process, you’ll understand a theme with this trip… catching up.

Merry Christmas from Daytona Beach!

December 25, 2016 in North America, United States

Every year for the past three I’ve consciously made this our “last family Christmas.” I’ve been tangibly aware, for a while now, that my young people are flying the nest […]

Passage to Cape May, NJ

December 4, 2016 in TearAway, United States

Making the jump to Cape May, NJ… into the open ocean.

Halloween on the River

November 22, 2016 in blog, TearAway, United States

Halloween on the Hudson and midnight in Manhattan

Down the Hudson

November 13, 2016 in North America, TearAway, Travelogue, United States

On the Hudson, where TearAway remembers her identity and proves she’s ready to act like it.

Oswego and Erie Canals

October 24, 2016 in TearAway, United States

We were surprised by a turn of good weather, after preparing, mentally, for nearly a week of delay in Cape Vincent. Instead, after just one day of waiting, it looked […]

Launch Day

October 18, 2016 in blog, TearAway, United States

After weeks of delays, weeks of work, and weeks upon weeks of planning, TearAway was finally launched.

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… […]

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 […]

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 […]

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