Tag Archives: Seeking

The In-Between

Monday:  The mist hangs heavy over the mountain tops, and the air is still and clammy. Here in the Blue Ridge Mountains it has been a rainy spring and summer. Trees shimmer in dazzling shades of green and undergrowth is … Continue reading

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Light, Chasing

Today, coming across South Dakota via I-90, I fought the wind hard, my hands cramping as I clung to the steering wheel. Gusts up to 30 mph came out of nowhere, pushing Roadcinante into the other lane while I muttered, … Continue reading

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The Big Picture

Broad brush stroke impressions of Montana: Big, big sky Cattle (mostly Black Angus) Horses (a whole lot of Quarter Horses) Hay (for the cattle and horses) Corn (for the cattle and horses) Cowboy hats Dogs Pickup trucks White crosses Casinos … Continue reading

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The Turning

I am writing this post from a small sweet campground just south of Olympia, Washington. Last night I heard coyotes singing, and this morning a rooster shouted insistently to say it was time to get up. Tall cedars and hardwoods … Continue reading

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Mendocin-ohhhhh….

Mendocino – wow. Where do I start? With the absurdly charming little town that appears, literally out of nowhere, as you crest the hill on Lansing Street, the town a New England charmer with its own Cali twist? With the … Continue reading

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