22 thoughts on “I’m back from the road trip–more or less…

  1. Inger

    When I was young and single, I used to take those trips too. It would have been so much fun to share them in a blog, but alas, back then no Internet and no personal computers. So I’m happy you are sharing and bringing back good memories with your wonderful stories and photos.

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    1. Three Well Beings Post author

      I have had similar thoughts about wishing we’d had the technology for blogging long ago, Inger. I think of it with the lack of Internet back then, of course, too. Now when we travel we can look up so much detail and learn along the way. I am discovering beautiful places that are sometimes just adjacent our destination, and I would have missed them entirely if I hadn’t seen something posted by another person, or linked to information somewhere on the Web. I enjoy vicariously traveling with so many bloggers who can show me places I know I will never see! It’s great fun to share. Thank you, Inger.

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    1. Three Well Beings Post author

      Actually the little bird is a California Quail, Penny! He does kind of look like a partridge…I don’t know if we have partridges, though. I know the “shape” because I remember the opening credits of the Partridge Family! LOL!

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      1. lifeonthecutoff

        What a lovely little quail he is, Debra. Thank you for telling me. We don’t have them around here, though I wish we did for they are so sweet. There used to be an abundance of pheasants. Not so much anymore.

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    1. Three Well Beings Post author

      Thank you so much for remembering my friend, Edie. She is finding some improvement–very slow, of course. And I notice that she is remembering things better and not reaching for words quite as often. It is hard for me sometimes that when I acknowledge the little things I notice, she is grateful, but always is so very aware of what she lost, and what isn’t “back yet”–and may not come back. It really does break my heart, and I have to admit that I really can’t imagine what that feels like! You have helped me a lot, though, in understanding what she can’t really tell me. Thank you so much for asking! oxo

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