On The Road Again
I'm heading out again first thing tomorrow morning. It is unusual for me to book trips so close together (I got back from Nashville less than a week ago), but it is just the way it worked out this time.
Tomorrow's destination is Diamond, Oregon, way over in the southeastern section of the state, a near-eight hour drive from Portland. I first visited this area last fall, which you can read about here, complete with photos of cows.
This time I'm going with two writer friends and we're staying at the hotel. Hoping to get writing and hiking in, as well as planning for a retreat one of the writers and I want to host (perhaps at the Diamond Hotel).
Here's the catch: I'm pretty sure there's no internet at the hotel, so I won't be posting this week. I'm sure it will be good for me not to have internet access, but still, the thought is a bit unnerving. I'll report how I do when I return on Thursday evening.
In the meantime, go check out the blog of Roz Savage, ocean rower. She's amazing, and she's just set off on another leg of her journey to row around the world. I love reading her daily blog posts about her adventure.
Can you even imagine doing such a thing? I can't, but I love that there are brave people in the world who do.
How do you handle not having internet access?