G‘Day from Tasmania!
Wrapping up my Australian adventure and while I’m sad to leave this friendliest of places, I’m looking forward to heading back to the States and sinking my teeth into my next projects. Stay tuned for more details!
Last Call Melbourne > Looking forward to the final stop on the Australian leg of my book tour. If you’re in Melbourne on Monday night – join the fun! The perfect way to celebrate Australia Day!
Southern California Roadshow > Super psyched to be launching my roadshow with REI next week. I’ll be speaking at four stores in SoCal, in addition to leading a volunteer day with REI members with the Palos Verdes Land Conservancy. Here're the deets. Space is limited so be sure to RSVP:
And now for the articles this week:
Vagabond. Homeless. Drifter. These are just a few of the names thrown at me. But what I am is a nomad: someone with no permanent home base, instead living my life on the road. While there are some drawbacks to this peripatetic lifestyle, such as loneliness and a limited wardrobe, I think the pros far outweigh the cons. Here’re just a few of the benefits of living a nomadic life:
Mom and I enjoyed 3 days of Australia Open tennis this week, seeing Serena, Rafa, and Nole play. Given my new-found enthusiasm, I thought I’d re-post my article giving y’all the inside scoop on this world-class event. Here’re 6 insider tips to consider as you plan your Australian Open outing.
Photo of the Week: Camel at St. Katherine’s, Sinai, Egypt
I was reminded this week of my tour through North Africa, including hiking St. Katherine’s in the Sinai desert. We went in time to watch the sunset from the summit, camels trailing us the first third of the way up. I actually don’t like camels very much. They spit.
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See you on the road,