Now that Autumn has begun and I’ve been reminded that crunching orange, red, brown and yellow leaves is a ton of fun, I’m continuing the journey.
I spent my last month (May) in South America traveling through the Southwest-esque landscapes of Northern Argentina to bask in Bolivian beauty. The Salar de Uyuni, the mines in Potosi, and the sunshine soaked beaches of Isla Del Sol on Lago Titicaca were packed with fun characters, the reality of poverty, geological wonder, and smiles.
However, the rumble in the jungle got me real good and although I enjoyed my last month down south, it was quite a struggle. Getting home (across the Bolivian/Peruvian border) was a true feat in itself and of course, The Empire Struck Back on the final (of four) flights home!
Back at Loon Lake as Assistant Director for Deer Crossing Camp. Tap into these sunsets and truly understand the nectar of the mountains.
Spent a week or so after camp caving, climbing, and shenanigan-ing around and then headed to Davis to help move the girls out of the Glacier House. Sent Lauren and her low-riding car off north to Eugene and then a week later cleared out of the house for good. Thanks for the best times Glacier House. Everest, I’ll miss your steep steps.