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Beyond the guidebooks

I’ve been traveling solo for eighteen straight weeks, twelve of those in Scotland and Portugal. Along the way, I’ve learned a few things that aren’t in the guidebooks: Never miss an opportunity to visit a restroom. You don’t know when … Continue reading

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The key to the highway

The adventure begins. But before it could, I made a series of life-changing decisions. I left a company that bears my name. I retired from a forty-year career. I sold my house. I sold or donated most of my possessions, … Continue reading

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Travellin’ light

I got no bags and baggage to slow me down. Well, I’m travelling so fast my feet ain’t touching the ground. Travellin’ light. Travellin’ light. Well, I just can’t wait to be with my baby tonight. (Cliff Richard & The … Continue reading

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Clearing the decks

Preparing for an adventure of the magnitude I have in mind will require radical changes to every aspect of my life. Leaving the company I own. Selling my house. Living with less. To help with planning, I put together this … Continue reading

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