Monthly Archives: September 2015

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

That’s how the healing is progressing. I have so-so days, and bad days. Today I’m moving on, and packing up and hooking up is going to be hard. I planned to do a little boondocking in the Beaverhead Dearlodge National … Continue reading

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Healing

Slowly. Which is how it usually is with backs, I think. I’ve been doing as much of nothing as possible…and that’s a lot of nothing! Yesterday the big accomplishment of the day was a short walk with the dogs. Much … Continue reading

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Ouch!

My back hurts! This is a chronic thing I’ve had over the years related to abusing my back as an RN. Since I retired though, flare-ups have been rare and usually mild. Mild until a few days ago when I … Continue reading

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Winding Up Washington

From Quincy we roll on to Spangle, Washington. Isn’t that a great name for a town? So patriotic, in a ‘Star Spangled Banner’ sort of way. You may remember I was in Spangle a little over a year ago, visiting … Continue reading

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What A Difference A Day Makes!

One Day….actually, a couple of hours….takes us from lush, green, moss covered trees, rolling green grass,fog and mist with gentle temperatures: To treeless dry and barren, golden-brown withered grass, harsh cliffs, with temperatures close to 100 degrees, along the Columbia … Continue reading

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Thoughts In The Rain

From La Conner, Washington Seems like there are as many thoughts as there are raindrops. Raindrops…on my little WS are somehow very comforting…very sedating…very peaceful. The dogs sleep. I sip coffee and write. There has been a lot of rain … Continue reading

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Finding Twin Peaks

Back in 1990-91 there was a one-season TV series called Twin Peaks. Do you remember? It was written and directed by David Lynch, and like him it was a…umm…very eccentric series which developed a cult following, but was not popular … Continue reading

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