I only have a few things to share from this very lazy day of reading, writing, editing, eating and giggling
I can see stars when I wake up, but fall is settling in and it’s pitch dark now. I organize
Ian and Wendy are up first, speaking in whispers, their lights aiming down. My head is mere inches from the
Stars are shining when I poke my head out of the alicoop, though clouds crowd in as I stroll to
Again stars were working overtime, but in the grassy dip set aside for Te Araroa tents, dew built up on
As much as I love the alicoop, it is so nice to sleep in a bed – though my dreams
I didn't always find soulful campsites on the Te Araroa.
We suffer thru-hiking for the transcendent, and appreciate it more because of our suffering.