Tag Archives: Wilderness

Deus ex Machina for Debbie

It was my 39th birthday on Tuesday September 27th, and I went to work knowing that I had a fun weekend getaway to Los Angeles planned, leaving on Thursday evening. The ceiling in the library was still exposed after our recent deluge, but it appeared that the old pipes had been repaired and that everything […]

Vancouver Island (Part 1): Backroads and Beauty

The original plan a year ago was to hoard my vacation days and do an epic trip around the National Parks of the U.S. That didn’t quite work out this year, although it’s still on my bucket list. Instead, Scott and I decided to stay somewhat local, and explore our beautiful province in more detail. […]

The Miracle Roadtrip: Part Three (The wildebeests)

Since blasting through the aftermath of some devastating forest fires in BC (see Part Two), Scott and I continued our summer motorcycle trip along the more relaxing setting of the Sunshine Coast. We swapped in some clean clothes in Vancouver, then hopped on the ferry at the Horseshoe Bay terminal. It was so sweet as […]

Women in the wilderness : book reviews and critique

My friend Anna┬áis an artist who lives in Berlin and publishes her own journal, simply called Letters to the Editor. Earlier in the summer I contributed a short piece that involves women, books, solo adventures, the desert mothers, and a minor critique of the selfie generation. There’s no motorcycles involved, but you can essentially think […]