Not Walking

Some of you may have wondered where have I been. Certainly not on my blog. Apparently when I had my knee replaced last July, the doctor also removed my interest in writing. With little walking there wasn’t much to write about. The recovery was slow. I had too much pain. But we were going places…

Looking for Little Free Libraries

We were in Rogue River, Oregon (a small town between Medford and Grants Pass) on Memorial Day weekend. This little Free Library and home were well decorated. Do you have a little free library near you? The following was originally,  posted in November 2015 In my travels and in walking around town, I have found…

Need a Sunny Movie?

If your days are full of rain, maybe you could use a “Sunny” movie. Any surfing movie or a National Lampoon Vacation movie could work. I thought I had watched all surfer movies – fiction and non-fiction, but SurferToday has a list with movies I haven’t seen. Some of them do look like the darker…

Need a Rainy Movie?

Well, probably not. But one of my suggestions of what to do on a rainy day is to go to the movies. It started with The Ghostwriter where rain seemed to be one of the characters. (10 Things to Do on a Rainy Day and More Things to Do on a Rainy Day.) Here are some…

Sunday’s Revisit: 10 Things to Do on a Rainy Day

This has been a popular post since April 2010. Ideas are still valid – I think most of the restaurants are still in business (amazing?). There is also 10 More Things to Do and even Can’t Buy a Rainy Day for indoor activities. Since we have been going to the movies what with the frequent rain…

Sunday’s Revisit: Introduction to Walking

Today marks my 6th anniversary with Walking in Sonoma County… mostly. After 500 posts, I can say I still feel the same way about walking and I’m happy to share. Hope you find the blog useful to finding your place in nature. I will continue to find new trails, revisit old ones and have fun with…

Now for Something Completely Different

The older I get the less I think I know. Perhaps because the problems and therefore the solutions are more complicated than I can reason out. But it doesn’t stop me from having opinions and sometimes I’m compelled to share them. In the early 1970s, I read some of Anaïs Nin’s diaries. I was confounded that she never…