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The Road to 65, Mile 358: Positivity Outside

November 21, 2015, Prescott- I looked, to no avail, for a parking spot near the point where I left off on Prescott Circle, last Saturday.  I have an ethic about such things:  Never park on a business lot, unless patronizing said business.   276 more words

Hiking And Nature

Palo Duro Canyon from the Goodnight Cabin.

Palo Duro Canyon: TX.

As beautiful in the afternoon, rivaling the sunset or sunrise, this photo shows  Palo Duro Canyon in all it’s beauty.

Early in my photography career, I was fortunate enough to visit the North rim of the Grand Canyon. 35 more words

Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)

“Let life happen to you. Believe me: life is in the right, always.”

I was raised to be a goal setter and it’s something I can’t shake no matter how hard I try.  

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Twin Cities

Ghosts of Palo Duro

If a visitor never strayed from I-40 through the Texas Panhandle, she could be forgiven for thinking that the entire region was governed by the vast and open flatness that surrounds the highway. 369 more words

Return to the Canyon

It starts in darkness as you head toward the park entrance. “Just follow the tail lights,” the race director says at the pre-race dinner. It’s good advice. 760 more words


Part 3. Listening to the Texas wind.

Carl Sandburg has a poem about the wind that includes these lines, “who can ever forget listening to the wind go by, counting its money and throwing it away?” Our pilgrimage to here has brought us to the panhandle of Texas, and I now understand these lines in new ways. 727 more words

Day 12 - Thursday, 9/24/2015

Clovis, NM to Amarillo, TX

There is no internet, so doing this on my I-Phone.

Well, we are in State # 4 and are staying at the Big Texan Restaurant and Motel. 439 more words

Cross Country Biking