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Good Times In Sisters, Oregon

Good Times In Sisters, Oregon

Posted by on Mar 13, 2017 in Gallery, Music, Oregon | 16 comments

The weekend after Labor Day, the little town of Sisters in Eastern Oregon flings open its doors to host the Sisters Folk Festival. It’s a three-day extravaganza of Americana roots music—folk, blues, bluegrass, and music that can’t be easily defined. This festival is so good that we’ve been two years in a row.

We won’t be going this year—and I’m already feeling a bit sad about that. One of the gifts and challenges of fulltime travel—well, of life in general—is that there are so many choices. Unfortunately, at least in my somewhat limited understanding of physics, we can only be in one place at a time.

This year, we’ve made plans to visit Glacier National Park in September. We’re thrilled about finally getting to Glacier (we tried several years ago but were shut out during the government shut-down). Still, I regret that we’ll be missing the amazing Sisters Folk Festival.

The sweet little Western-themed town of Sisters rolls out the red carpet for festival attendees. Although there are several nice campgrounds in Sisters (including our favorite, the city campground, where you can bike to all of the venues) you’re welcome to set up your rig anywhere in town during the festival. The music is fabulous, the venues are unique (open air stages, wine bars, coffee shops, big tents with hundreds of chairs, little tents with grassy lawns) and the vibe is the perfect combination of festive and mellow.

What makes it even more fun for us is meeting up with friends from our hometown of Ashland, a mere three hours away. We swung by the festival on our way home from our summer on Lopez Island and met up with friends we hadn’t seen in a year. As an extra bonus, we also finally managed to meet up with fellow fulltime travelers Lisa and Hans (Metamorphosis Road), who were staying nearby in Bend, and shared a delightful afternoon of hiking and lunch.

Should you be interested in the Sisters Folk Festival, I wrote in detail about it last year, including lots of insider tips for attending the festival (you can read about it here). We’ll be back!

Next Up: Enjoying Portland, Even In The Rain

Sisters Music Festival And More

Downtown Sisters Oregon

All The Town's A Stage

Biking In Town With Leslie, Steve And Maple

Art Guitars Mark The Venues

Wonderful Outdoor Stages

It's A Relaxed Event

Molly Tuttle Band

The Good Time Travelers

Creative Instruments For Sale

Brunch And Music

Kyle And Cynthia Enjoying The Music

Our Favorite Evening Venue

Ordering Drinks At The Retro RV Bar

Session Americana

Late Night Music Party

Young Musicians At The Festival

On The Tam McArthur Trail

Steve, Larissa, Leslie And Maple

Wonderful Views From The Top

Hiking In Bend With Lisa And Hans

Creekside Campground In Sisters

Nice Sites In The Pines

Sisters Music Festival And More
Downtown Sisters Oregon
All The Town's A Stage
Biking In Town With Leslie, Steve And Maple
Art Guitars Mark The Venues
Wonderful Outdoor Stages
It's A Relaxed Event
Molly Tuttle Band
The Good Time Travelers
Creative Instruments For Sale
Brunch And Music
Kyle And Cynthia Enjoying The Music
Our Favorite Evening Venue
Ordering Drinks At The Retro RV Bar
Session Americana
Late Night Music Party
Young Musicians At The Festival
On The Tam McArthur Trail
Steve, Larissa, Leslie And Maple
Wonderful Views From The Top
Hiking In Bend With Lisa And Hans
Creekside Campground In Sisters
Nice Sites In The Pines
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It's A Relaxed Event thumbnail
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Creative Instruments For Sale thumbnail
Brunch And Music thumbnail
Kyle And Cynthia Enjoying The Music thumbnail
Our Favorite Evening Venue thumbnail
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On The Tam McArthur Trail thumbnail
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The Long, Long Winter

The Long, Long Winter

Posted by on Mar 5, 2017 in Gallery, Musings, Oregon, Travel | 40 comments

It’s been a long time since we’ve spent winter in a wintery locale. For many years—even before taking to the road full time—we’ve spent a good part of winter in warmer, sunnier climes—southern California, southern Arizona, the Gulf Coast of Texas, Florida.

We would never have deliberately planned to spend winter in our trailer in Ashland. And this has been an unusually cold, wet, and snowy winter for southern Oregon. As I write this, it’s snowing yet again.

Fortunately, our little Arctic Fox lives up to the promise of being a four-season RV, and we’re cozy and warm. (Obviously, our propane heater is getting a good workout, and we wear fleece and slippers indoors.)

Our lives have been very different the past several months. Instead of the thrill of almost constant new adventures, we’ve basically been confined to our hometown backyard. But it hasn’t felt like a hardship. Drawing a smaller circle around our lives has been exactly what we needed during this time of healing.

Despite the fact that we’d rather be wearing flip-flops instead of snow boots, we’re finding plenty to enjoy. We’re keeping ourselves occupied with daily long walks, time with friends, music gatherings, creative endeavors, and home improvement projects. This winter has turned out to be a rich and satisfying time.

Still, I felt a small thrill of joy when I saw the bright little faces of the crocus poking up through the snow yesterday. Spring really is just around the corner. 

Crocus In The Snow

Our Home In The Snow

Our View Of The Pond

Prayer Flags In A Snowstorm

The Geese Don't Seem To Mind

Canada Geese And Ring Necked Ducks

Oak Titmouse In The Cattails

Glad It's Not Like This All The Time

View Across The Hills

Raucous Acorn Woodpecker

Beautiful Lewis's Woodpecker

Waiting For Spring

Crocus In The Snow
Our Home In The Snow
Our View Of The Pond
Prayer Flags In A Snowstorm
The Geese Don't Seem To Mind
Canada Geese And Ring Necked Ducks
Oak Titmouse In The Cattails
Glad It's Not Like This All The Time
View Across The Hills
Raucous Acorn Woodpecker
Beautiful Lewis's Woodpecker
Waiting For Spring
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Island Hopping: San Juan And Orcas

Island Hopping: San Juan And Orcas

Posted by on Feb 22, 2017 in Gallery, San Juan Islands, Travel, Washington | 36 comments

We spent two and a half months on Lopez Island last year, our sixth summer in the islands. And we didn’t return to the mainland until we sailed back on the ferry to Anacortes in September.

That’s a long time to be on an island that’s only 15 miles long and eight miles wide. Do we ever get island fever? Not really. In addition to magnificent outdoor recreation opportunities and a calendar filled with cultural events, Lopez has just about everything we need—superb local foods, a weekly farmer’s market, a delightful library, excellent coffee shops and cafés, and even a terrific bike shop (we do a lot of biking on the island, and there’s always something in need of repair). For everything else, there’s FedEx. We do, however, enjoy hopping on the inter-island ferry on day jaunts to explore nearby islands.

The San Juan archipelago has 172 named islands and reefs, most of which are too tiny to be inhabited. The Washington State ferries serve four: San Juan, Orcas, Lopez, and Shaw. Each island shares spectacular Pacific Northwest Island scenery—emerald forests, pastoral farmland, and sparkling jewel-like bays. But each also has a slightly different flavor, and it’s fun to explore all of them.

The first of July, we’ll be sailing once again to Lopez Island. We’ll be settling in as interpretive hosts for two months—a position we love, on an island we love, surrounded by people we love. We’ll once again be doing lots of inter-island journeys, and look forward to sharing our explorations with you. Meanwhile, I’ve been sorting through photos of last summer’s adventures. It gives me something to look forward to, especially since it’s snowing again today in Ashland. This has been one long, crazy winter.

Island Hopping

Bustling Friday Harbor On San Juan Island

Boats Docked At Friday Harbor

Summer In Friday Harbor

Our Favorite Friday Harbor Gallery

Delicious Lunch At San Juan Island Cheese Shop

San Juan Islands Museum Of Art

I Think He's Seen Enough

Lime Kiln Lighthouse

Searching For Whales

An Orca In The Distance

Tide Pooling At Lime Kiln State Park

Pools Of Beautiful Aggregating Anemones

An Oystercatcher Looking For Lunch

At American Camp

Hiking Mt. Finlayson

View Of Cattle Point Lighthouse From The Trail

Pelindaba Lavender Farm

At The Lavender Festival

Sculptures In The Lavender Fields

Making A Lavender Wreath

San Juan Islands Sculpture Park

Kinetic Sculpture In The Garden

Orcas Island Ferry Landing

Eastsound Village On Orcas Island

Raven Sculpture In Eastsound Village

Darvill's Bookstore In Eastsound

A Merman Overlooking The Village

A Beautiful Labryinth Walk

Rustic And Charming Cottage Galleries

Turtleback Mountain Trailhead

Turtleback Mountain Views

Oyster Stout? Umm....No.

Hiking In Moran State Park

The View From Mt. Constitution

Island Hopping
Bustling Friday Harbor On San Juan Island
Boats Docked At Friday Harbor
Summer In Friday Harbor
Our Favorite Friday Harbor Gallery
Delicious Lunch At San Juan Island Cheese Shop
San Juan Islands Museum Of Art
I Think He's Seen Enough
Lime Kiln Lighthouse
Searching For Whales
An Orca In The Distance
Tide Pooling At Lime Kiln State Park
Pools Of Beautiful Aggregating Anemones
An Oystercatcher Looking For Lunch
At American Camp
Hiking Mt. Finlayson
View Of Cattle Point Lighthouse From The Trail
Pelindaba Lavender Farm
At The Lavender Festival
Sculptures In The Lavender Fields
Making A Lavender Wreath
San Juan Islands Sculpture Park
Kinetic Sculpture In The Garden
Orcas Island Ferry Landing
Eastsound Village On Orcas Island
Raven Sculpture In Eastsound Village
Darvill's Bookstore In Eastsound
A Merman Overlooking The Village
A Beautiful Labryinth Walk
Rustic And Charming Cottage Galleries
Turtleback Mountain Trailhead
Turtleback Mountain Views
Oyster Stout? Umm....No.
Hiking In Moran State Park
The View From Mt. Constitution
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Summer In Friday Harbor thumbnail
Our Favorite Friday Harbor Gallery thumbnail
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I Think He's Seen Enough thumbnail
Lime Kiln Lighthouse thumbnail
Searching For Whales thumbnail
An Orca In The Distance thumbnail
Tide Pooling At Lime Kiln State Park thumbnail
Pools Of Beautiful Aggregating Anemones thumbnail
An Oystercatcher Looking For Lunch thumbnail
At American Camp thumbnail
Hiking Mt. Finlayson thumbnail
View Of Cattle Point Lighthouse From The Trail thumbnail
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At The Lavender Festival thumbnail
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Making A Lavender Wreath thumbnail
San Juan Islands Sculpture Park thumbnail
Kinetic Sculpture In The Garden thumbnail
Orcas Island Ferry Landing thumbnail
Eastsound Village On Orcas Island thumbnail
Raven Sculpture In Eastsound Village thumbnail
Darvill's Bookstore In Eastsound thumbnail
A Merman Overlooking The Village thumbnail
A Beautiful Labryinth Walk thumbnail
Rustic And Charming Cottage Galleries thumbnail
Turtleback Mountain Trailhead thumbnail
Turtleback Mountain Views thumbnail
Oyster Stout? Umm....No. thumbnail
Hiking In Moran State Park thumbnail
The View From Mt. Constitution thumbnail

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Looking Toward Spring: Trip Plans!

Looking Toward Spring: Trip Plans!

Posted by on Feb 9, 2017 in Gallery, Maps | 50 comments

You didn’t think we were going to let something like a triple bypass stop us, did you? No way! We have lots more adventures ahead (just not of the medical variety, please).

Eric’s unexpected open heart surgery was a major derailment in our life journey. But we’re finding our way back to physical and emotional well being—and feeling confident enough that we’re starting to make travel plans. We’ve decided to do something we’ve wanted to do for a very long time, and we’re really excited.

 

 

For years, we’ve dreamed of a leisurely trip up the Oregon Coast. Although we’ve camped at many of the coastal Oregon state parks (after all, we’ve lived in southern Oregon for decades), there are stretches of the coast that we’ve never explored, particularly the northern region.

We’ve also wanted to return to some of our favorite places on the Olympic Peninsula—tide pooling at Salt Creek Recreation Area, hiking the trails at Cape Flattery and Hurricane Ridge, biking the Olympic Discovery Trail, hanging out in Port Townsend…we can hardly wait! Along with revisiting favorites, we’re looking forward to exploring places we’ve never been, like Cape Disappointment and the southwestern region of Olympic National Park.

We’ll begin our journey the first week in May, and cap off our Oregon Coast and Olympic Peninsula adventure by sailing to Lopez Island the first week of July, where we’ll once again happily spend the summer as interpretive hosts at Spencer Spit State Park.

I’m feeling an overwhelming desire to buy myself one of those t-shirts that says Life Is Good.”

If you have suggestions for places that we shouldn’t miss in our Pacific Northwest Coastal Extravaganza, please share with us in the comment section below. We’d love to hear from you!

Coquille Lighthouse, Bandon

Coquille Lighthouse, Bandon

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The Best Of 2016

The Best Of 2016

Posted by on Feb 2, 2017 in Gallery, Musings, Travel | 36 comments

Just for fun, Eric and I have been looking at photos from our last year’s travels and playing, “What was your favorite (campground, hike, paddle, bird sighting, café, etc.…)?”

On these cold, long winter days, I look at photos of us kayaking the wild rivers in Florida, hiking through meadows of wildflowers in the North Cascades, and biking on Lopez Island. I once again delight in the fabulous multi-hued landscape of southern Utah and the flamboyant sunsets of the Gulf Coast. I peruse the remarkable array of birdlife that we’ve seen, from tiny colorful songbirds to boisterous nesting colonies of egrets and spoonbills. I remember the delicious crawfish we had in Cajun Country, and the excellent paella in Boise.

Reflecting back on yet another year of travels, I’m amazed at all that we’ve done—and I’m extraordinarily grateful that we set out on this journey three-and-a-half years ago.

I wouldn’t be honest if I didn’t admit to moments when I wonder if we’ll really be able to get back out there (“there” meaning back on the road, embracing whatever adventure captures our interest). We’re told that this is a normal part of the healing process—it takes time to heal emotionally and spiritually from a radical life event, just as it takes time to heal physically.

All in all, we’re doing pretty darned well. Eric had his two-month follow-up appointment yesterday with the cardiologist, and he passed with flying colors. Another couple of months, and we should be back to our pre-falling-off-the-cliff definition of normal. Yay!!

As we reminisce over our photos and our adventures, I am reminded yet again of how important it is to follow the thread of our dreams, so that those dreams become reality, and then become wonderful memories. And I envision us back out there, doing what we love, and making more memories.

Our Current View: Ashland, Oregon

Technicolor Gulf Coast Sunset

In The Florida Piney Woods

Quirky Cedar Key Campsite

Low Tide In Cedar Key, Florida

Beautiful St. Augustine

Gorgeous Florida Springs

Green Heron

On The Trails In Florida

Ichetucknee River, North Central Florida

St. Mark's Wildlife Refuge, Florida Panhandle

White Pelicans In Flight

French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

Exploring The Louisiana Swamps

Crawfish Feast In Breaux Bridge, Louisiana

Biking And Birding Dauphin Island, Alabama

Lovely Hooded Warbler

Nesting Egrets, High Island, Texas

Nesting Spoonbills, High Island, Texas

Bike Friendly Austin, Texas

Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

Mosaic VW On The Riverwalk, San Angelo, Texas

Monahans Sandhills State Park, Texas

After A Long Day In The Caverns

Colorful Downtown Silver City, New Mexico

Gila Cliff Dwellings, Southern New Mexico

Lyman Lake State Park, East Central Arizona

Homolovi State Park, Northern Arizona

The Magnificent Petrified Forest

Wahweap RV Park, Lake Powell, Arizona

Hiking Buckskin Gulch, Southern Utah

The Toadstools, Grand Escalante Staircase NM, Utah

Lower Antelope Canyon, Northern Arizona

Paria Ghost Town, Southern Utah

Snow Canyon, St. George, Utah

Great Basin National Park, Nevada

Angel Lake, Eastern Nevada

Shoshone Falls, Southern Idaho

Biking In Boise, Idaho

Paella In Boise

Charming Downtown Joseph, Oregon

Riding The Rails In Joseph

Overlooking Hells Canyon, Eastern Oregon

Lake Diablo, North Cascades National Park

Hiking In The North Cascades

Pipestone Canyon, Northwestern Washington

Spencer Spit, Lopez Island, Washington

Biking On Lopez Island

Kayaking The Bays, Lopez Island

Sunset At Shark Reef, Lopez Island

Lavender Fields, San Juan Island, Washington

Lime Kiln Lighthouse, San Juan Island

Words To Live By

Our Current View: Ashland, Oregon
Technicolor Gulf Coast Sunset
In The Florida Piney Woods
Quirky Cedar Key Campsite
Low Tide In Cedar Key, Florida
Beautiful St. Augustine
Gorgeous Florida Springs
Green Heron
On The Trails In Florida
Ichetucknee River, North Central Florida
St. Mark's Wildlife Refuge, Florida Panhandle
White Pelicans In Flight
French Quarter Festival, New Orleans
Exploring The Louisiana Swamps
Crawfish Feast In Breaux Bridge, Louisiana
Biking And Birding Dauphin Island, Alabama
Lovely Hooded Warbler
Nesting Egrets, High Island, Texas
Nesting Spoonbills, High Island, Texas
Bike Friendly Austin, Texas
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers
Mosaic VW On The Riverwalk, San Angelo, Texas
Monahans Sandhills State Park, Texas
After A Long Day In The Caverns
Colorful Downtown Silver City, New Mexico
Gila Cliff Dwellings, Southern New Mexico
Lyman Lake State Park, East Central Arizona
Homolovi State Park, Northern Arizona
The Magnificent Petrified Forest
Wahweap RV Park, Lake Powell, Arizona
Hiking Buckskin Gulch, Southern Utah
The Toadstools, Grand Escalante Staircase NM, Utah
Lower Antelope Canyon, Northern Arizona
Paria Ghost Town, Southern Utah
Snow Canyon, St. George, Utah
Great Basin National Park, Nevada
Angel Lake, Eastern Nevada
Shoshone Falls, Southern Idaho
Biking In Boise, Idaho
Paella In Boise
Charming Downtown Joseph, Oregon
Riding The Rails In Joseph
Overlooking Hells Canyon, Eastern Oregon
Lake Diablo, North Cascades National Park
Hiking In The North Cascades
Pipestone Canyon, Northwestern Washington
Spencer Spit, Lopez Island, Washington
Biking On Lopez Island
Kayaking The Bays, Lopez Island
Sunset At Shark Reef, Lopez Island
Lavender Fields, San Juan Island, Washington
Lime Kiln Lighthouse, San Juan Island
Words To Live By
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Technicolor Gulf Coast Sunset thumbnail
In The Florida Piney Woods thumbnail
Quirky Cedar Key Campsite thumbnail
Low Tide In Cedar Key, Florida thumbnail
Beautiful St. Augustine thumbnail
Gorgeous Florida Springs thumbnail
Green Heron thumbnail
On The Trails In Florida thumbnail
Ichetucknee River, North Central Florida thumbnail
St. Mark's Wildlife Refuge, Florida Panhandle thumbnail
White Pelicans In Flight thumbnail
French Quarter Festival, New Orleans thumbnail
Exploring The Louisiana Swamps thumbnail
Crawfish Feast In Breaux Bridge, Louisiana thumbnail
Biking And Birding Dauphin Island, Alabama thumbnail
Lovely Hooded Warbler thumbnail
Nesting Egrets, High Island, Texas thumbnail
Nesting Spoonbills, High Island, Texas thumbnail
Bike Friendly Austin, Texas thumbnail
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers thumbnail
Mosaic VW On The Riverwalk, San Angelo, Texas thumbnail
Monahans Sandhills State Park, Texas thumbnail
After A Long Day In The Caverns thumbnail
Colorful Downtown Silver City, New Mexico thumbnail
Gila Cliff Dwellings, Southern New Mexico thumbnail
Lyman Lake State Park, East Central Arizona thumbnail
Homolovi State Park, Northern Arizona thumbnail
The Magnificent Petrified Forest thumbnail
Wahweap RV Park, Lake Powell, Arizona thumbnail
Hiking Buckskin Gulch, Southern Utah thumbnail
The Toadstools, Grand Escalante Staircase NM, Utah thumbnail
Lower Antelope Canyon, Northern Arizona thumbnail
Paria Ghost Town, Southern Utah thumbnail
Snow Canyon, St. George, Utah thumbnail
Great Basin National Park, Nevada thumbnail
Angel Lake, Eastern Nevada thumbnail
Shoshone Falls, Southern Idaho thumbnail
Biking In Boise, Idaho thumbnail
Paella In Boise thumbnail
Charming Downtown Joseph, Oregon thumbnail
Riding The Rails In Joseph thumbnail
Overlooking Hells Canyon, Eastern Oregon thumbnail
Lake Diablo, North Cascades National Park thumbnail
Hiking In The North Cascades thumbnail
Pipestone Canyon, Northwestern Washington thumbnail
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Kayaking The Bays, Lopez Island thumbnail
Sunset At Shark Reef, Lopez Island thumbnail
Lavender Fields, San Juan Island, Washington thumbnail
Lime Kiln Lighthouse, San Juan Island thumbnail
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It Was A Very Good Year (And A Map!)

It Was A Very Good Year (And A Map!)

Posted by on Jan 16, 2017 in Gallery, Maps | 28 comments

It truly was a very good year. Despite the shock of Eric’s unexpected surgery at the beginning of December, we enjoyed another magnificent year of traveling, filled with soul-nourishing adventures.

Our wings are clipped for several months. But one of the benefits of sitting still is that I have the time now to take care of things that have long been on my to-do list—things like creating maps of our travels.

So, ta da! Here it is, a map of our 2016 adventures, beginning with our winter in Florida and ending in our hometown of Ashland, Oregon. You can enlarge the map, click on any of the icons, and access information about where we stayed. Clicking on “more details” will take you to related blog posts. (Almost all of the locations have an associated blog post; there are a few at the end of our summer that don’t yet have posts. That’s also on my to-do list, haha.)

 

 

We made a conscious effort to slow down our travels this year. It worked out well—although we didn’t anticipate just how slowed down our travels would become at the end of the year.

We stayed most places 3-7 nights, with just a few one-night stands; at the opposite extreme, we spent two-and-a-half months on Lopez Island for our summer hosting gig, and three months at the end of the year in our hometown of Ashland (that wasn’t planned, but it’s a good place to be). Our travel distances were split pretty equally, with one-third under 100 miles, one-third under 150 miles, and one-third at close to 200 miles.

A few statistics:

Total mileage for the year: 6790 (towing)

Number of places stayed: 52 (some more than once)

Shortest travel day: 20 miles (from Mt. Vernon,WA to Lopez Island)

Longest travel day: 238 miles (from Boise, ID to Joseph, OR)

Next Up: The Best Of 2016

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