Day Three – The Adventure Continues

Departing Valdez Saturday morning was bittersweet. I could’ve easily stayed for several days, but this trip is all about travel, not destinations. So I unhooked water and electric, tidied the rig, and stored away my mosquito plants, step and door mat. The road ahead would be bumpy, so I made sure everything was extra secure.Continue reading “Day Three – The Adventure Continues”

De and the Dachsies Ramble on … Day Two

My heart sings, absolutely swells with joy when I drive through towering, snow-capped mountains. I think there should be a rule that they place vehicle pull-outs at every single scenic view. Impractical, perhaps. But geez … when you are traveling alone, it’s not like you can just stop in the middle of the road toContinue reading “De and the Dachsies Ramble on … Day Two”

Call it a tale, a story or spinning a yarn …

Oh wait! I am spinning a yarn! I’d like to share the stories behind a few of the more interesting hand-spun yarns I’ve enjoyed creating. I spin a lot of yarn that is just that – beautiful, soft, fuzzy, bouncy, or lustrous – yarn meant to be used to create fun or beautiful clothing accessoriesContinue reading “Call it a tale, a story or spinning a yarn …”

What a difference a day makes!

In my last post, Ronni and I were enjoying a late fall day; golden leaves lightly encrusted in a thin layer of ice underfoot, rustling, wheaten-colored grasses and underbrush beckoning to my little dachshund – surely there were rabbits or at least MICE hiding within! We enjoyed a morning of romping through the tall (toContinue reading “What a difference a day makes!”

Good evening from Alaska!

They say you should start as you intend to continue. So, here goes. It’s November in south-central Alaska. Would you believe we have ZERO snow so far this winter? Much as I’d rather be out RV’ing, my 2016 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 27Q motorhome, affectionately referred to as “Roada”, is winterized and parked for the season.Continue reading “Good evening from Alaska!”