Currently | 7.18.16
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Watching | Marco Polo.
> I just finished the second season of this Netflix series and really enjoyed it. Mr. Misadventures was not as into it as Season 1. I think there is too much development going on for him and not enough battles, but we both agree that it is exceptionally filmed. The cinematography and acting are superb. We are set to watch the last season of Game of Thrones up next.
Reading | Rice, Noodle, Fish by Matt Goulding.
> The full title is Rice, Noodle, Fish: Deep Travels Through Japan’s Food Culture and I should not be reading this! With every chapter, I have to resist the urge to put down the book (okay, Kindle) and book a flight to Japan. I have always loved Japan, in particular, the food, and this book is a feast!
Working On | Instagram.
> I really do love the ease of which I can share stories and words on this platform. I can look at other food and travel photos all day and I am inspired by the creativity I see there. Are we connected on Instagram?
Feeling | Out of the loop.
> I don’t know how to quite explain this one. Living in San Francisco I was connected to new restaurants, new venues, new travel spots, new trends in just about everything. There are so many start-ups pitching ideas in the food and travel space, lots going on. But being away from SF for eight-plus months now and largely staying in remote-ish areas, I feel a little out of the loop!
Planning | To write more RV posts.
> I realize that I haven’t written too much about what RV life is like beyond my Weekly Wanderings updates. I am going to do more posts on RV living.
Loving | The Oregon coast.
> The sea. The redwoods. The cool weather. It just feels like home. Or let’s say it feels really, really good. The food: seafood, berries, beer, wine, cheese – that doesn’t hurt either!
My Favorite Photo | Oregon Redwood Trail.
> To illustrate what I am loving, this is the perfect trail (to me). Cool, green and cushioned. Doesn’t mean its easy, there were hills going up and down, but I am not cursing every step like I was last week when we hiked a sand dune. This is just my kind of place and my kind of trail
What is CURRENTLY going on with you?
Main photo image credit: Tim Mossholder