Cordova….

In Cordova we were surrounded by wilderness and could feel it beckoning, calling to us. We had rain and we had beautiful weather. We walked to glaciers and up the ski hill path. We explored 'the road', the one that people are referring to when they talk about the 'end of…

Cordova

There is something of this world in my blood, imprinted in my memory, absorbed by the electric mind of a toddler rapidly assessing and learning and storing information about the world around her as she grows, and then saved deep in the recesses for later reference. I know this because…

Heading North

Journal entry, 15 September 2016 We have lifted off from Juneau and are headed for Yakutat. I love this feeling of exploring life on the margins of the human world, where everyday life becomes edged with this mixing zone between our human world and the wilderness. I love this feeling…

Taking it all in…

I never knew what beauty I would find, and how it might shatter my heart into a million dazzling sparkles. This trip was born in part out of desperation and in part out of a innate desire to explore and immerse myself in the world’s beautiful places. I haven’t even…

Yosemite

Some memories are too precious to write about for fear of altering them, accentuating some moments at the expense of others... hiking to the top of El Capitan and sleeping there under the stars is one of these memories. Suffice it to say, for now, until such time that I…

Burgenland

Moving on moving on moving on. We are always moving on. Faster than I have time to think or write about. We left Vienna for Burgenland, Burgenland for Paris, Paris for Los Angeles, LA for Arizona, and soon we will leave for 7 days on the Colorado River. There is…