As much as yesterday’s challenging ascent made me feel like I’d accomplished something, today was really special. We are so … Continue reading The Inca Trail: Day 3
I felt like I’d barely gotten to sleep when we were woken up around 6am to get our day started. … Continue reading The Inca Trail: Day 2
Chronicling our first day hiking the Inca Trail! Continue reading The Inca Trail: Day 1
How did we end up here? Here, on a bus headed for Ollantaytambo and the start of a challenging, 4 … Continue reading Peru & the Inca Trail: Part 4 – Training for the Trek
I was wrong, and was proven wrong by rain and a mountain. Well, foothill really but I’m from Florida, any … Continue reading Almaden-Quicksilver County Park
“And mixed with these were splashes of California Poppies. These too are of a burning color – not orange, not … Continue reading Puppies and Poppies
Well ok, lots of people do (or should) pay for therapy and lots more people could benefit from therapy but can’t afford it….and … Continue reading Who needs to pay for therapy?
As a Floridian, I’m no stranger to close encounters with wildlife. Between the wild buffalo, horses, Whooping Crane and alligators … Continue reading Moss Landing: Sanctuary Tours in Monterey
This is my favorite hike. Period. Now, we’ve hardly scratched the surface of all the places we can hike I … Continue reading Watch Out for E.T. (or Ewoks)
Concrete-claustrophobia is a new feeling for me. I’ve never ever considered myself a “city girl” but not a country mouse … Continue reading I think my soul lives outside city limits.