Red Sky At Morning ….

Remember a few posts back when I said that the rain against our trailer felt more like “running through puddles during a summer sun-shower”? Well, not yesterday. It was more of the “Red sky at morning, sailors take warning” kind of rain. The day started with “batten down the hatches” followed by us out in (more…)

Supporting Veterans at Grays Harbor Stand Down Event

Today was the Veteran Stand Down event in Aberdeen. The South Shore Mall was alive with community spirit and the outpouring of appreciation these folks have for their veterans. Barb set up a terrific table representing the Grays Harbor Brain Injury Support Group and we had many opportunities to meet people and connect with vets. (more…)

Ocean Breezes and Ocean Shores

We’ve been here a few days and I it’s time to catch you up on the happenings of late. Fri 10/23 As always, our love of adventure set the tone for an enjoyable three and a half hour drive from Seattle to Ocean City. I’ve never been to Grays Harbor and was certainly looking forward (more…)

Next Stop, Monroe WA

Fall is settling in all around us. The days are still warm and the nights are getting cooler. We have a great furnace in r-Destiny and it takes the morning chill off while coffee is perking on the stove. To be honest, we’d gotten so accustomed to automatic drip coffee that we almost forgot how (more…)

What Happened to Summer?!

Our travels in July taught us we packed too much into r-Destiny. The overall weight was good, but we just had too much stuff. August was focused on storing the rest of our stuff from the house and adding the “extras” from our pod.  Needless to say, a week at Dash Point for the Western (more…)

More Excellent Adventure: The Road East

For BEST’s Founder and Chief Visionary Officer, Penny Condoll and Executive Director, Gloria Kraegel, getting out on the road to connect with other BESTies, support groups and the other terrific folks in our community across the state of Washington, is simply the BEST. Last week, our dynamic duo headed eastward to Spokane to take part in the (more…)