A River Runs Through it

I’m beyond ready for another camping trip. Several destinations are calling to me, and many of them have me passing through an area I seldom think of as a destination unto itself. I’m not sure why, except that I’m so often on my way someplace else. Cooper’s Landing is a small community of close-knit, adventurousContinue reading “A River Runs Through it”

I Should Live By The Ocean

The gently rolling, almost hypnotic motion of incoming waves, even within the boundaries of a quiet (for now) bay, eases my mind and soothes my soul. It’s morning on Resurrection Bay in Seward, Alaska. Taking Ronni for a morning walk in this setting is anything but a chore. To my left, towards the harbor endContinue reading “I Should Live By The Ocean”

Fall Begins With a Splash

Well … alright, I’ll admit it was close, but we avoided actually ending up in the water. After a beautifully scenic drive from Soldotna in the morning, September 1st found Rhonda and I in Seward, Alaska, one of my favorite places in this ever-diverse and spectacular state. Our water’s edge campsite afforded an unobstructed viewContinue reading “Fall Begins With a Splash”