Monthly Archives: September 2019

Indulgences

So what do you (I) do when it’s pouring rain? Well – number 1: get on all your Gore-tex and take the dog out to the back 40. Come back and hose down the dog and towel her off. Then … Continue reading

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Brain Fog

Yesterday the clouds were in the mountains – today they have migrated to my brain. This is the kind of day when I feel I “should” be doing or at least writing something profound. I should be having insights – … Continue reading

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Mount Becher via Boston Ridge

What an amazing, magnificent day! One of the best I’ve had in a long time. For two reasons. First: I drove up to Mount Becher, parked at the lower lot and headed up the Boston Ridge Trail. And I took … Continue reading

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Day of Reflection

  Ths happened today: http://www.whoamag.co/hiking-the-via-alpina/ So that’s pretty cool. And not much else happened – a couple of walks with Abby, shopping for groceries – and a bottle of wine that I shall open next Monday on my birthday. I … Continue reading

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Home

I’m back home – quite a bit sooner than I expected to be. I’m struggling with finding the words to express what I’m feeling – and the reasons why I made the decision to leave Oregon so soon. I’m probably … Continue reading

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F&#@ed-up Day

Well, it certainly wasn’t the beautiful Link who fucked it up. Not at all. But you must understand, I am now in the United States of America so of course something happened and naturally the police were involved. And me? … Continue reading

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Oregon

Abby is content. She has had dinner and she has had a marrow bone (that she was allowed to eat IN THE HOUSE!!!) and she has had way too many treats. She has also learned to use to dog door … Continue reading

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