I’m spending a few days in the Atlanta area with our oldest son and his family – we return home Tuesday, then I’ll hit the road again on Wednesday to resume walking in Santa Barbara.
Here are some of the lighter moments from my last few weeks of walking – starting with the decorative painting in the Morro Bay Transit Center:
Aww c’mon, I had to be going at least three miles per hour – it’s why the picture’s blurry!
I didn’t get to see the Guadalupe Dunes, so here’s my version – The Guadalupe Roadside Drainage Dunes:
A tight squeeze:
I kind’a liked the shadows this bare tree was throwing:
I hope there were a few lucky survivors to re-stock for next year:
I’ll leave you with my favorite sunset of this walking cycle – between Santa Barbara and Ventura on my way home:
…and a Biblical reference for the New Year:
Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland. ~ Isaiah 43:18-19