Daily Archives: December 27, 2018

A long drive…through wind, rain, dark, and mountainous terrain!

After Brad brilliantly repaired the front axles of the beloved campervan, we were ready to set off and drive south….AS FAST AS POSSIBLE!  We left Sequim at 6am on December 20, and by 10:30pm, we had made it 892 miles … Continue reading

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Tamanowas Rock Sanctuary

On our first unplanned day in Sequim, we got outside for some nature time.  Back in September, I attended a fabulous weekend workshop with biomechanist Katy Bowman and wildlife tracker Doniga Markegard at the Tamanowas Rock Sanctuary in Chimicum, WA. … Continue reading

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Van, Damn

As Holly explained, the van needed a bit of work before we could launch the adventure.  The last time we’d taken a long trip in the van, we heard an occasional, faint grinding noise during braking.  I’d looked things over … Continue reading

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Sequim for Early Christmas

We were off! We cleaned the house, packed as lightly as possible, got a huge amount of advance homework for the kids (thanks, teachers!!!), and we hit the road! The plan was to go to Sequim, spend a day and … Continue reading

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It’s Sabbatical Time AGAIN!

It has been 7 years since our year-long sojourn in the UK and Northern Europe. Now, Brad is on sabbatical again, but this time, sadly, we only have one semester plus the summer to play with. Holly must teach during … Continue reading

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