The journey to find the right combination of romance, friendship and wicked chemistry continues…sigh! Since Part One was written in February of 2014, I have had a knee surgery, endured a cross-country trek and moved to Washington state from California. I am not a fan of dating in Southern California and the majority of the … Continue reading
Being single again after more than twenty years has been an adventure all its own. Truthfully, I wasn’t good at dating in my teens and twenties let alone two decades later. Nonetheless here I am again left to figure out how to navigate dating in the twenty-first century. To make matters more interesting, my newfound … Continue reading
The Basque Traveler logo was born out of a recurring theme in my photos: MY FEET! I began taking photos of my feet while traveling because I travel alone and don’t have anyone handy to snap photos of me. I have been doing it for years and now have several hundred photos capturing my manicured … Continue reading
My blue jeans are never far away from me, especially when I am traveling. I have some that feel like trusty old comfortable slippers, a decorated pair that make me feel like a million bucks and some that are like souvenirs I collected in my travels. One thing they share in common is that they … Continue reading
When I am seeking a tranquil retreat I always head to a strip of land that is barely one and a half miles wide and stretches nearly twenty-eight miles long. The vast Pacific Ocean sits on its west, the Willapa Bay flanks the east side and it is tucked in by the treacherous Columbia River … Continue reading
Staircases are practical, yet just as with clothing, form trumps function. Well, at least that is the perspective of a traveling photographer and writer. I have been fascinated with staircases since my childhood. We initially had only porch steps in my childhood house but then my parents added on a big den (remember how … Continue reading
What is it with Americans and their fascination with buildings that resemble food or other things? Think of Randy’s Donuts, the former Brown Derby and this tasty looking ice cream shop in Niagara Falls, NY. I love fascinating architecture in general and spend hours taking photos of unique stairwells, doorways , cornices and such. However, … Continue reading
Caught 15 Razor clams on my first try! I even learned how to clean and fry them. They were delicious and definitely worth the hard work. I can’t wait to go back and use my year-long clamming license.