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On November 11th, 2011 join us for a book release party of epic proportions. Epic because of the 6/6—we’ll be celebrating the release of 6 books in 6 months.
Day off from traveling. Yes, already. Reviewing yesterday: actually left at 8am after 4 hours of packing and visiting with the folks we were house sitting for. Sue drove the grapevine, I drove Pasadena and all the way to Phoenix. Arrived at 11:00pm just as Terry got home from work. We forgot to account for … Continue reading
Looks like it’s going to take 2 full weeks, 14 days, to make Montreal. Guess I’m not the road warrior I thought I was, but I just can’t imagine pushing that hard for that long. Also, I guess I can’t just drop in on my Mom, who I haven’t seen in nearly 10 years, for … Continue reading
Dorothy sent this in an email, and when I asked, was gracious enough to allow us to share it here. Come on over and join us anytime you like. If you need to take off we can lend you a bike. You can walk to the train and go for a ride, It’s in our … Continue reading
. . . and they’re off. Again. Two things are immediately apparent: This house is going to be quiet without Brodie the Wonder Dog, and it doesn’t take long for the right kind of people to worm their way into your heart on what’s likely to be a permanent standing.
Ian and Caitlyn have arrived for a quick overnighter before Trip #2. Beans on the stove, brown rice and cornbread in the oven, homemade salsa in the fridge. It’s gonna be a great dinner, followed almost instantly by waffles (or pancakes, no one’s decided for sure) for breakfast. By bedtime tonight we will have tripled … Continue reading
Ken has been a good friend to our family for many years. He’s a deep thinker with a sense of humour skewed in directions we like. He sent this as an email, and at Sue’s request is allowing us to post it here. The nomadic lifestyle took awhile to sink in with me but I’m … Continue reading
We’re off to Hoquiam, Washington, leaving tomorrow morning. (I didn’t know where it was either.) We leave at the crack of dawn tomorrow, drive 12 hours, and stay with Ralph and Kelly and their kids. We will eat. We will play music. We will have peace. Funny how things kept bouncing around, not knowing where … Continue reading
The best of plans sometimes have to change. We just found out this morning that our lodging accommodations in Portland, Oregon next week fell through. Due to an unforeseen family need, the wonderful family that were going to let us stay with them in return for our coaching services are unable to do so. That leaves us without a … Continue reading
That could be a noun, were it hyphenated, but it’s a short phrase describing a need. We have luggage. It’s pretty battered. It has served us well, but it’s nearing the end of its own personal journey. What have you personally used for lugging stuff around (that’s what you do with luggage, you lug) that … Continue reading