Tag Archives: Women

So You Want To Hit the Road…

Many of you have expressed the desire and/or fervent hope to make a big journey of your own. I thought I’d take a moment and share some things I’ve learned over the past year, since I found and bought Roadcinante … Continue reading

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Les Bons Temps

Sunday, Miramar Beach, Florida: I am sitting in the sand, my hands on either side of me, playing with the silken white stuff, staring out at the Gulf of Mexico. Directly behind me, about fifteen feet or so, is where … 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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Leaving Light

Yesterday morning I got up while it was still dark and loaded up the rest of my stuff, tossed the dogs in the car, and drove up to my daughter’s to say our farewells. The view from their place is … Continue reading

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Elders Wanted

Friday (12/30) I listened to the final Diane Rehm show. It was a rerun of a 2013 show, her last interview with the remarkable and beloved poet and activist Maya Angelou. I heard Dr. Angelou speak at the convocation center at Appalachian … Continue reading

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