I have always known that I’m drawn to adventure. I thrive on change and feel trapped by routine. Some days I feel like a failure–seemingly never able to finish things, always chasing the next big thing. Other days I joke that I should have been a gypsy, constantly on the move.

It was a relief to identify myself as a story-seeker. But that still didn’t explain the *need* for new, for big, for chasing dreams. But then we figured out that my entire life can be seen through the lens of “The Big Epic.” I’m a master at thinking outside the box, laying out detailed plans (oh how I love lists!), starting the next adventure, followed by making some type of “artifact” to close that epic. Then the cycle starts all over again.

In the blog, I plan to share my latest BIG EPIC. Eventually, I plan to add stories from past epics. Sit back and enjoy the stories and photos, dream awhile, then go out and pursue your own epic adventures! (Please come back and tell me what you are doing–I love to hear stories from fellow wanderers.)

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  1. My friend Howard and I ran into you and your daughter at the Ensign Cowall shelter near Wolfsville Rd on September 9.
    As usual when I run into hikers, I took a photo of you two.
    How can I email it to you?
    — Yaakov Gridley [Dances with Toads (DWT)]


    • Good to hear from you DWT. As you can see by this blog we persevered and enjoyed our grand adventure! We look forward to hiking another section in late spring. I will email my contact info to you. ..


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