With a hurt left leg that was swelling and bruising, my return to Denver and the prospect of driving 825… Read more Home Again, Home Again, Jiggity Jig.
A Savannah Sojourn
When I started my solo travels five years ago, I never thought about my health and well being. I felt… Read more A Savannah Sojourn
At Least It Was a Black Diamond Run
My mother told me I should quit skiing twenty years ago when I was approaching fifty. It was too dangerous,… Read more At Least It Was a Black Diamond Run
And the Beat Goes On…
So much happens on this Solo Ski Sojourn 4 it’s a good thing to blog about it because… well, because… Read more And the Beat Goes On…
Elaine Be Nimble
I have a loose plan on my Sojourn. I go here, stay there, immerse myself into whatever comes my way.… Read more Elaine Be Nimble
A Ski Reprieve
I’m on a Solo Ski Sojourn. Last year I was focused on vertical feet and broke 500,000 at the end… Read more A Ski Reprieve
The Views, the Hues, the Blues
Lake Tahoe has always been one of my favorite places in the world. Looking at the lake from Heavenly Valley… Read more The Views, the Hues, the Blues
Solo Ski Sojourn 3: It’s a wrap!
Stuff to remember Left Minneapolis January 6, 2022 Returned Minneapolis March 30, 2022 Total Miles: 9362 MPG: 19.6 (I was… Read more Solo Ski Sojourn 3: It’s a wrap!
Amache Concentration Camp—A home by any other name…
La Junta to Granada is only an hour and 15 minutes apart so I had hoped to make one tourist… Read more Amache Concentration Camp—A home by any other name…
The Wander Woman Heads Home
Armed with my stack of National Park Service brochures, I turned right out of the NPS Regional office parking lot… Read more The Wander Woman Heads Home