Making our way out of the Baja, we were in for one last unexpected treat from Mexico, Baja Wine Country!!! Words taken from my daily journals, with some enhancements…..here or there.
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Mission after mission, a bunch of if’s and a female Mexican captain make up week 9. Words taken from my daily journals, with some enhancements…..here or there.
An unexpected “May the Fourth”, more heat, cool pools, and some water down art. Here is week eight on the road and still in the Baja, yeah. Words taken from my daily journals, with some enhancements…..here or there.
The waters turn to turquoise, the sands to white, and all is right in the world. Well, at least for week seven, which takes place once again in the Baja.
Getting into the Mexican State of mind is what week six is all about! Words taken from my daily journals, with some enhancements…..here or there.
Inspiration, ART, ART, ART, and more inspiration is what week five is all about!!! From Joshua Tree to Mexico, what a WEEK! Words taken from my daily journals, with some enhancements…..here or there.
The time I went camping at the back country, hike in campsites (alone) at White Sands National Monument.
In week fours recap, it’s all about meeting up with old and new friends. Let’s go, shall we?!?!?! Words taken from my daily journals, with some enhancements…..here or there.
Exploring some Giant Bits of Texas before leaving the Lone Star State. This is the third week on the road. Words taken from my daily journals, with some enhancements…..here or there.
The second week on the road we visited lithium springs and I went on an epic ride in western Texas.
Leaving Georgetown Texas on March 14th, Alice and I headed south….here is a recap of the first week. Words taken from my daily journals, with some enhancements…..here or there.
This morning I woke to the beach of Coronado near San Diego. Taking a moment to do my am yoga and mediation, it hit me. Alice and I have been on the road for 5 WEEKS! How far have we traveled? Are we turning into Thelma & Louise?
“The 8-mile, modernly strenuous, trail system offers expansive views of Seminole Canyon and the Rio Grande, which forms the international boundary between the United States and Mexico. Whether riding a mountain bike or hiking, be sure to take a moment and reveal in the world-class scenery.”
The universe has spoken, and when it speaks you can’t help but listen. Longing for something, not really an answer more of a salvation or a type of healing, I piss poorly put out the intention that I needed that something. I needed help, that healing and I needed to get away.
The road has many bumps, twists, and turns. One thing I love (and sometimes dislike) is the unexpectedness of it all. But what we may think is a wrong turn ends up being the path we never thought to take. In todays email, I've included a few of those 'off the beaten path' folks and the love they share with others.
Last year, I had the great honor and privilege of being the first recipient of the Big Agnes Bob Swanson Memorial Grant. This grant is in remembrance of a true person of the outdoors, "The Tent Guy" Bob Swanson.
Thanks to this grant, and all its support, I was able to travel to New Zealand and bike 1900 miles across both islands, solo. Above is the latest episode of Case of the Nomads that documented this epic event! Here is my latest episode of COTN, enjoy!
Women on the Road and Vanlife Diaries are teaming up to bring adventurous women and nonbinary people together in Taos, New Mexico for a kid and dog-friendly gathering. This is an opportunity for us to connect and learn from each other, partake in the outdoor activities we love, and meet the crew behind Women on the Road and Vanlife Diaries.
A 1500 foot long coil that was created at the peak of the land art movement in the 70's by the legendary Robert Smithson is probably one of the RADDEST things I've ever seen.