Had a great time with Patricia Schultz, author of 1,000 Places to See Before You Die at Susan McBeth’s Adventures By The Book presentation in La Jolla, CA    

“2 Boomer Broads” podcast asked all sorts of questions about how this baby boomer (ME!) trekked the El Camino Real. We discussed the good, the bad, and the ugly. I tired to convince the sexagenarians to tackle the trial. They said the sofa sounded more appealing. Me, too. Thanks Sharone & Rebecca for the laughs!

From spending Christmas paddling with feral piggies in the Bahamas to publicity on my 800-mile mission walk, my life seems to run the gamut. Jessie Festa, editor of the blog Jessie on a Journey, conducted a recent Q&A with me asking lessons learned during my hike, memorable local encounters, and how to prepare for this journey.

Not to be outdone, Bahama’s Exuma Rock Iguanas have their own island, too . This guy was mesmerized with my brightly colored backpack…

People ask me what I pack in my carry-on when I hit the friendly skies. Here’s the list… —————- LO & SON’S BAG: This carry-on is lightweight. There’s a million pockets to carry all my items. I LOVE the back panel sleeve that slips over the handles of my suitcase! https://www.loandsons.com/the-og?product=56 —————– PILLOW & BLANKET: Many airlines