I've taken a seasonal job with UPS as "Driver Helper". I've had several temporary and seasonal jobs in my travels, but this one is different. First, it's in my "home" territory and second, yoga pants and sweatshirts are acceptable attire. I knew if I was going to work for a pittance over the Christmas holiday, … Continue reading 10,000 steps: One package at a time (#1)
A peek behind the One Tank Wandering (OTW) scenes as I hike a trail recommended for National Trails Day.
Not long after turning off of CA 101 onto Redwood Drive in Garberville, driving the 15 miles of narrow winding road toward the ranger station, I began to wonder what the hell I'd gotten myself into. I was excited to be spending a week on the coast, but I was quickly realizing that I didn't … Continue reading What I Found on The Lost Coast
Since I travel alone, I often hike alone. Well, not alone really...there are often others on the trails, but none that I claim as a hiking buddy. No one that would appreciate my banter as we trek along. So I talk to myself, or my walking stick, or to the other people on the trail … Continue reading Quotes from the Trail