Day Twenty-Two: Home

And on the twenty-second day, I made it back, safe and sound, to hearth and home, and the loving arms of my bride. The dogs were also excited to see me, as I’m sure by now, they were sure I was dead. Georgie, our cat, looked at me like, “Oh, were you gone? I hadn’t noticed.”

I will write a real wrap-up blog soon, and I’ve already begun writing A Lap Around Alaska in my mind today. I learned a lot, writing A Lap Around America, so I don’t think it will take me long to write this book. I dream of having it available before the 4th of July. We shall see.

In the meantime, I am home, where I belong.

9 comments

  1. You are much better off traveling with Dawn. Her absence made you jumpy. I wonder how slim this book is going to be. I have a feeling it must turn out better if the balance of text and photos will be changed, otherwise the three weeks provide only a pamphlet.

    Anyway, welcome home! I am glad you live now in a heavenly place (as compared to the previous enviably lovely one).

    Cheers,
    Marta

    2017. máj. 9. dátummal, 5:29 időpontban A Lap Around America <comment-reply@wordpress.com> írta:

    shawninmon posted: “And on the twenty-second day, I made it back, safe and sound, to hearth and home, and the loving arms of my bride. The dogs were also excited to see me, as I’m sure by now, they were sure I was dead. Georgie, our cat, looked at me like, “Oh, were you gone”

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