Month: July 2020

Olympic Coast, WA


This is probably the last photo I’ll take of Neowise. What an awesome thing to be privileged to see. I wonder what the Earth will look like on it’s return in 6,700 years…

Back in Seattle Again

Not bad for four months worth of mail!

After 125 days of nomadic traveling, we rolled back into Kirkland. We didn’t have any fixed plans when we left, but had intended to be on the road for only a month or so. Coronavirus had struck in Kirkland and it seemed like a smart thing to do. Why not? We already had our life and our home tidily packed into a small box on wheels, ready to turn the key, start the motor, and drive away.

Once on the road we fell in love with it too much. The freedom of having no rules, the promise of adventure around the next bend… Four months later, we had toured all through Eastern Washington, briefly dipped our toes into Idaho, revisited some old haunts in Oregon, and then wrapped up our tour in the little town of Tonasket, Washington.

So close to the border, my phone thinks we’re in Canada.