Category Archives: Books

South, Through Nebraska

Missouri River I slept so good with a storm raging outside that had cleared up before we went to downtown Pierre looking for historic buildings worth sharing their facades and possibly their history. The only thing we found was the … Continue reading

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Beartooth Summit

I wake Dad this morning by talking in my sleep and let Caleb know an hour later that I was busy learning about philosophy, ambiguity, and feelings; not sleeping in like he thought. I step outside, laden with our gear, … Continue reading

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Blackheath to Brick Lane

The bed, with its thin European-style spring mattress, felt super cozy under the surprisingly warm blanket that I hadn’t bothered to turn on the gas wall heater. Being up before the sun means that I get to see the sky … Continue reading

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Lewes Lanes and Brighton Beach

I’m excited to be in England on an odd holiday as it is with restaurants having limited capacities and menus, and museums wanting pre-booked tickets to ensure those who show up can be allowed in. This is why my itineraries … Continue reading

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March Q&A

1. How could today have been better?I could’ve woken up without being sick. I feel much better but the congestion is still there. I’m debating travel as the virus doesn’t seem to be stopping others from following through with their … Continue reading

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