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Day 55: Deep into the Earth and Towering High into the Sky

Day 55: Deep into the Earth and Towering High into the Sky

Balance is important in your day to day life. One has to enjoy both the warm sunshine and the starry nights to have a complete day. Life is never about choosing left, right or even straight but rather to chose a mix of the three until you find that perfect place.

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July 3rd, 2011 | No Comments

Day 50: Opening Oregon

Day 50: Opening Oregon The big open wilderness of Oregon was masked as I drove southeast from the Portland area. As I climbed the pass on 26 highway I joined Mt. Hood in the blanket of the clouds. Driving through Oregon was a lot like opening a present layer by layer. After my foggy drive through Mt. Hood National...more
June 28th, 2011 | No Comments

Day 44: An Intro to Washington State

Day 44: An Intro to Washington State Did you know that Washington has high desert plains? It has plateaus and mountains, rivers and lakes, snowy peaks and great big canyons? I always thought of Washington as the green state- eternally covered from top to bottom in green plants. There is a lot more to Washington than I thought. I had planned on visiting...more
June 22nd, 2011 | No Comments

Day 37: The transition into the West: A Long Drive through South Dakota

Day 37: The transition into the West: A Long Drive through South Dakota My drive across South Dakota was going to be a long one. I had not particular plans for today other than find a campsite that was within cell range so that my two friends that were to meet me there early tomorrow would be able to reach me. (I ended up staying in a hotel...more
June 14th, 2011 | No Comments

Day 16, Pt 2: Kennebunkport, Maine

Day 16, Pt 2: Kennebunkport, Maine Travel is a complex activity that can originate from many different inspirations. Some of us travel to get away, others travel to learn, some travel to experience. No matter what the reason of travel, we all chose to go somewhere specific for one reason or another. Some of the places we visit because we have...more
May 24th, 2011 | No Comments

Riverways: Day 8 Pt 2, Savannah GA

Riverways: Day 8 Pt 2, Savannah GA As I have stated before in my Day 2 Water World, water is incredibly important to the success of a community. Not only is it a necessity of life, but it is also a viable means of transportation. While the advent of motorized vehicles made travel over land easier, it is still more efficient when...more
May 16th, 2011 | 1 Comment