Monthly Archives: July 2010

Oregon

It’s so nice to be at my old stomping grounds in Eugene.  I used to have some bitterness towards the town during my days at the University of Oregon but with the passing of a few years I can now … Continue reading

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your true traveler finds boredom rather agreeable than painful

Since arriving to our temporary home in Lake Havasu over two weeks ago I seem to be suffering from a major case of lethargy.  My days consist of yoga, swimming and lounging.  I have no responsibilities and no time constraints; … Continue reading

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The most beautiful view is the one I share with you.

You know those times when you just realize that, wow, these are some of the best days of your life?  Those times when you are consciously aware of how happy you are, how lucky you are. The desert brings these … Continue reading

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Oh Shenandoah

After leaving Manhattan it was straight thru New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and finally Virginia.  It’s been so long since I’ve been out of the city that everything felt foreign and surreal.  I’ve really gotten used to the loud, pushy, dirty … Continue reading

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leaving new york

On Tuesday June 25th I woke up to the smell of paint fumes.  Wojc had been up all night finishing his packing and putting on the final layer of paint to the room we had painted yellow without management’s permission. … Continue reading

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Southwest

Wojc and I made it to a rainy (!) Santa Fe yesterday and immediately checked into a hotel so Wojc could try to break the fever he developed after one too many uncomfortable and cold nights outside.  Unfortunately it didn’t … Continue reading

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Chattanooga Choo Choo

I have so much to say here and I will get to that soon, but for now, with this brief brush with civilization and internet I will keep it short and sweet.  I’m on day ten of driving westward.  This … Continue reading

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