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"If you're good, you'll be assigned all the work.

If you're really good, you'll get out of doing it.

 

WHERE I'VE BEEN LATELY...

mapCampgroundWe spent our entire summer on the road, pulling our little trailer on a camping caper across Canada.  The journey was to start on Vancouver Island, but emergency carpal tunnel surgery caused a three-week delay.  So instead of beginning in western British Columbia, we began in June at the foot of the Rockies in eastern BC. 

For the next 85 nights, we camped our way across all ten Canadian provinces, reaching our easternmost point in Newfoundland in September.  From there, it was back through Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and New England.  We returned with thousands of photos, hundreds of memories  and dozens of story possibilities.  A blog-by-blog account of our trip can be found on our A-frame Traveler site.

 

WHERE I'M GOING…welcome to Colorado sign

Superstition MountainAfter spending so much time on the road in 2017, our plans are to stick to Colorado and neighboring states in 2018.

After ski season ends, we have a trip planned to the Four Corners area.  Its short trips into the mountains of Colorado and northern New Mexico throughout the summer and fall. 

Finally, in October we’ll head down to the Superstition Mountains of Arizona, an area I’ve featured in a number of stories over the years.

 

WHAT ELSE I'M DOING...

Hundreds of images from our Canadian caper are now available on my Alamy stock photo site.