My first painting in ten years is finished.
I returned home from my trip about six weeks ago.
This blog was intended to chronicle a journey. Since my return, I've wanted to write a suitable ending for the journey, but it hasn't come easily or clearly. The details of the trip recorded here are only part of a larger journey, and this larger journey will continue until the time of my last breath,… Continue reading Homecoming
I awakened on the morning of July 26th after a night of little rest.
It was a such relief to know that I could stay in the same place for longer than one night, after the seemingly-endless cycle of driving.
I was leaving Barton Park on a Friday, and I knew that finding decent lodging then would be a nightmare.
After I took Lisa to the airport in Vancouver, I drove back to the campground at Barton Park to spend a few more days.
There were only about 25 miles to drive to reach our destination, which was Hatzic Island near Mission, British Columbia.
Our trip along the Oregon and Washington coast continued northward.
After my adventures on the Oregon coast, and my bad luck in finding a campsite for the second night there, I checked into a room in Albany, Oregon to get some rest.