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WARNING: not suitable for spouses or offspring. You have been warned. It’s hard to really express what the past couple of days has been like without potentially hurting feelings. However, as I’ve said: it’s my blog. It’s not that I … Continue reading
Alas, all good things must come to an end, and my free wheeling; do what I want, when I want; eat from my car; devil may care days have come to a distinct end. Picked up Hubby at the Jackson … Continue reading
Well, THIS was the longest day yet! As agreed, I picked up my road buddy, Russ (AKA: Siyona Yona- Hello Bear, in Cherokee) as promised at 9:30 AM, and just got in at 9:30 PM. I stopped at the bakery … Continue reading
All day certain phrases and emotions were swirling around in my head, and one of them was “one wrong turn.” I set out this morning from my dumpy little hotel in Cody, with the intention of driving to Cooke City, … Continue reading
I have never minded dining alone. Strangely it is one of the things that most people ask about this trip, wondering how it is to eat alone each meal or how I manage it. At home, I eat lunch out … Continue reading
This past two weeks has really been an adventure… and a whole bunch of challenges. I took off to get some space from situations that were making me crazy, but you can’t really just walk away from anything. I’m sure … Continue reading
Calling this trip a mid-life crisis seems very optimistic to me. A friend asked if that’s what this was, and I didn’t really know how to answer. At 48, that would mean that I’m guaranteed 96 years, and I’m not … Continue reading
Ok, when I’m wrong, I’ll post a retraction. It’s rare, but here goes… the biker dudes I met at Alpine Motel, are nice guys from NY. Upstate NY. Don’t like the Red Sox, but I can forgive that… if you’re … Continue reading
Warning: May not be appropriate for the sexually squeamish, my children (or spouse) or those who like to gossip. Ok, I’ll say it: I’m seeing a lot of very sexy fly fishermen. Yea, Brad Pitt made it look good … Continue reading