Parting is such sweet sorrow…
It is always such a sweet sadness for me to spend my last day on one of my incredible journeys. I am so grateful for my life and what I have chosen to experience! Today I had the pleasure of facilitating a 3 ½ hour workshop on “Coaching Through Challenging Times” for a small group here
Today I decided to make my day all about airplanes. Boeing’s main factory, where they assemble most of their airplanes, sits right in the heart of Seattle. It was a great day to be inside touring because it was raining and overcast most of the day. Again, my luck with weather prevails! So my day started
Does this rock make my butt look big?
Started my morning off this morning crawling out of bed because my gluts are killing me!! (I couldn’t help but remember my ego boost from yesterday….lol!) I took my time waking up, had 2 conference calls with potential clients and headed out my hotel room door to do some site seeing in Seattle. I decided to
Today I left at 6:00am from Mount Shasta to begin my drive to Seattle where I will be for the next 4 days. I started the morning off in a bit of a panic. As I was getting ready to put my suitcases in Kia I could not find my keys. I frantically looked EVERYWHERE for
Tears of Gratitude
Since this is my last day in Mount Shasta, I wanted to make sure I squeezed everything I could out of my day today so I started off at 7:30 visiting the Mount Shasta Pastry Shop for some coffee and a scone. WOW!! is all I have to say about that! Best scone I have
Please contain yourself…you get 2 days worth of blogging in one! Yes, I know…too much to handle. Yesterday I left Baker, NV at 5:20am and began my 9 ½ hour drive to Mt. Shasta, CA. I passed several interesting things along my drive…just to name a few: A house that had a gazebo (which you had
Next Service 83 Miles…..
Hi. My name is Chris. It has been 2 days since I have had technology. ~ Baker, Nevada….population = 125 people ~Border Inn Motel …..Sits directly on the border of Utah and Nevada. The only road leading into this area from Utah to Nevada is Hwy 50/6 which Life magazine described as the “Loneliest Road in
Hole in the Rock…literally!
Can I just say that Milk Duds and Dead Horse Amber Ale beer from the Moab Brewery ROCK together as a combo! Anyway…I digress…today I decided to do some hiking in the Needles section of Canyonlands National Park which is about an hour and a half drive south of Moab. I got into my little Kia
“Normal” people go to the beach on vacation!
Today I decided to spend my day in the Island in the Sky part of Canyonlands National Park hiking. I started my morning with a sunrise hike at the Mesa Arch. It was chilly and cloudy (thank God it never rained!) but beautiful none-the-less. The clouds took away the view of some of the sunrise