Monthly Archives: January 2017

Our Storied World

There are stories everywhere. All you have to do is ask. All too often I forget that. This morning I visited with a man who owns a local coffee shop, He came to Carrabelle from San Francisco thirteen years ago. … Continue reading

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Your Wild and Precious Life

A quick note (or a shameless plea, depending on how you see it) before today’s post. Some of you know, some of you don’t, that I am not just taking this journey but also writing a memoir about it as … Continue reading

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Darkness, Fade to Light

Not knowing when the dawn will come, I open every door.   ~ Emily Dickinson ~ There is darkness in everything. This lovely Carrabelle Beach I walk every day? During World War II it was the site of Army training for … Continue reading

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Cry Me a Crooked River

Carrabelle, Florida seems to be the perfect place to have chosen for my first official “Chasing Light” stop. Saturday I obtained my official Lighthouse Passport and got my first stamp by a nice lady at the Crooked River Lighthouse.  Then … Continue reading

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These Days

Carrabelle, Florida is small town of about 1,300 people that sits unassumingly on St. James Island. There’s a stoplight in the middle of town, where down one way is Gander’s Hardware Store, Carrabelle Junction Coffee Shop, and the post office, and … Continue reading

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