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Eric Dixon
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This Is Mine
This Is Mine
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Eclipse
Eclipse
Eclipse
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It's not over...
...though it is the last blog post for this trip. This last month-and-a-bit have been tinged throughout with a melancholy sense that things are drawing to a close, which has been true in many ways. After Cayucos we had just a couple more days in the contine...
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It's all downhill (and uphill) from here...
Another month has passed since the last update... and we're ever more sure that we made the right decision to curtail the trip! We had thought that maybe if we changed our plans we'd find ourselves regretting it later, and wish we hadn't, but that's definit...
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What goes around...
As promised, the follow up: So the discussions that came to a head on Vancouver Island were the culmination of a few things. First up was money - despite our quite decent amount of pre-trip savings, and keeping a lid on our travel expenses, the US & Canada ...
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What goes around...
As promised, the follow up: So the discussions that came to a head on Victoria Island were the culmination of a few things. First up was money - despite our quite decent amount of pre-trip savings, and keeping a lid on our travel expenses, the US & Canada w...
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So, Canada...
Back on the road again, then - well, the sea first. We'd recharged quite successfully in our little Seattle studio, and it was time to catch a ferry to Canada. We'd found it was easier (and cheaper) to rent a car on Vancouver Island and start our circular r...
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From the desert to the ocean...
We were in a new state but the landscape remained quite similar - dry, dusty and filled with rocks. Naturally as the son of geologists I was quite happy with this state of affairs but Kate was becoming less and less impressed. Fortunately our first stop in ...
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