Heading back out on the road today. It’s been a summer of varying degrees of good and bad. Not one job worked out the way they were expected to, I lost my father, and I found love and trust with my uncle, brother, sister-in-law, cousins, nephews, and nieces.
I rode horses, surfed lakes, climbed fake rocks in Utah, hiked, blogged, sold my old blog, and put together some new ones. I road tripped to the Mexican border, biked down a 7000 foot mountain, revisited childhood places and people, and visited Palm Springs, and San Diego.
I hitched across Canada with $4, had breakfast with my sister in San Francisco, learned some construction skills, slept in a tent for a couple of months in the Rocky Mountains, held a big garage sale with stuff that wasn’t mine, sold stuff that was mine on e-bay, and became a favorite uncle instead of a distant figure.
I’ve made some money, not enough to do everything I wanted to do, but enough to get me by until I can figure out how to get more.
And now…back on the road, heading back towards Morocco and plenty of adventures on the way, no doubt about it.