Underground Railroad – A one-way from Seattle to Vancouver

Moment of awesome

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The day before my Amtrak-serviced exodus from the United States I went on a day hike with my new friend. A good buddy of mine connected me with his mother in Seattle who showed me her neck of the woods (pun intended). The mossy, damp, and foggy forest set the scene for exercise and great conversation. While skillfully avoiding the topic ‘Donald Trump’, we talked about all facets of life. I don’t think I have ever connected with anyone on such a wide array of topics so quickly. We got on like a house on fire. We celebrated our new friendship with a classic claw picture and felt the irrevocable urge to howl like a wolf. IT WAS AWESOME!

Read more about this week’s adventures. Read More


Earth porn

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The damp, mossy woods at North Bend, just outside Seattle, WA.


Insight of the week

— This moment, how terrible or amazing, will pass. —

Read the explanation

A word of wisdom

“Give me 6 hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first 4 sharpening the axe”

– Abraham Lincoln – 16th President of the US.


Dash for cash

Cheapest Airfares – Thanks Google!

 

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