Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Maine Things In Life

Blessed, cool, wonderfully green Maine. Of all the places I’ve been to now on this trip, finally the one that eases my traveling heart. This feels familiar, secure and relaxed. Maybe it’s the illusion of being closer to home, or … Continue reading

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Out Of The Loop

Hi, folks, here are the tweets I WOULD HAVE sent if there was wifi here. Probably many more, in reply to what you would say to me, but this is the gist, I figure. Miss you all a lot.   … Continue reading

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My Week At The Spa

I’m having a spa week. Air-conditioned rooms, French Vanilla coffee, a huge bed, a rocking chair, pedicure, manicure,  massage, great food and VATS of homemade Margaritas. I get to be driven around Washington DC at night, when all the monuments … Continue reading

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It’s A New Day

Can I just blog this? I mean, it’s a day you get only once in your life as a writer. It’s the day  when you turn from a writer into an author. There. The proof I’ve made it. From my … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Armpit

So the plan was to go to Biggs Junction on the Oregon border. Sue and I drove down from Vancouver to Seattle to meet Jane’s sister-in-law in this little red hot thing, all along the Chuckanut Drive along the coast. … Continue reading

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Things To Do In Vancouver

Vancouver could be pretty nice if it wasn’t this cold. The way things are though, I’m afraid I brought the wrong kind of clothing. Right now, I’m hanging on to the only pair of wool socks I brought along, and … Continue reading

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