Waste not, want more

No variations on a theme.


…a 5000km whirlwind tour in the U.S. of A to be followed by a 10 day intensive field course on BC’s central coast. Stay tuned for pictures and adventures from Wyoming, Utah, and the Great Bear Rainforest…

Because nothing says life like trying to accomplish everything in August.

p.s. All my plants have brown spots on them.


July 27, 2011 - Posted by | Doing it the hard way, Hiking, Minor American Roadtrip, Self-reflection


  1. Can’t wait to hear about this adventure!!

    Comment by Katie Chipman | July 30, 2011 | Reply

  2. Me too– have fun!!

    Comment by Dana | August 10, 2011 | Reply

  3. […] For no good reason at all, other than maybe being extremely indulgent and thinking that anyone cares, I’ve decided to do a brief highlight reel of each state I spent any amount of time in during the recent U.S. excursion. […]

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