I am a poet, philosopher and photographer. An ambitious amateur. And I am not interested in making money by any of those means because I think it kind of takes the fun out of it.
I never really figured out what I wanted to be when I grew up, so I just continue to grow and be amazed by the world.
I eventually sold it and my home and I and my partner bought an RV and now we travel full time. My home stays the same, but my view out the window constantly changes.
Our travels took us as far east as the tip of Texas to follow bird migrations. It is totally awesome what some birds go through to get from Pt. A to Pt. B.
Our migration pattern like so many so called Snowbirds is to flee south for the winter and head up to the higher elevations for the hot summer days.
People ask me where my fave places are, and the first place to come to mind is Canyon de Chelly, a National Park in Arizona, but other than that not near any major city. Going there is going back in time, like centuries.
You are driving along one minute in the desert when the ground drops several hundred feet. Now you are looking at a green belt and sensuous river serpentining along a valley with red rock walls.
I answered a survey once that asked you to say one word to describe yourself and your relationship with life. Wow!
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