“If I had no fear, what would I just say yes to?”

Some things we lose are easy to replace, some are irreplaceable…I’m absolutely devastated to have lost our precious Tibetan prayer flags. They were part of our wedding ceremony and filled with messages from people who witnessed our marriage or met us along our journey through the Americas. Paul’s traffic camera captured them falling off my … Continue reading “If I had no fear, what would I just say yes to?”

Today has been the best day ever…

El Rosario is famous for two things: Mama Espinoza’s restaurant and the Baja 1000 check point. The Baja checkpoint is at Mama’s restaurant, so you could say it’s famous for one thing - Mama Espinoza! I have just read her autobiography and it’s a humble account of a truly remarkable life, a truly remarkable woman … Continue reading Today has been the best day ever…

Wonderful first few days in Mexico

Our time in the US was really incredible, the natural beauty of the West stunned us on every turn but the most incredible experience was the American people. We were simply blown away at the generosity of spirit of complete strangers… again and again and again. Stopping to ask for directions, information or help we … Continue reading Wonderful first few days in Mexico

Riding in 5 degrees Celsius, wearing only my bikini…

“This looks like rattle snake country.” Paul said. “Please be careful…” I looked at the dry, hot, arid surround, scrub and rock… my bike parked at the side of road in the middle of nowhere…and then decided that I didn't need to pee that badly, after all. Leaving California, heading West for Death Valley, the … Continue reading Riding in 5 degrees Celsius, wearing only my bikini…

Bravely open to new experiences

“Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” This quote by E.E. Cummings reflects the woman I have come to know, in spending time with my aunt Lynda at her home in California. I looked forward to reconnecting with people I know, who … Continue reading Bravely open to new experiences