I apologize for this introspection, but someone took a picture of me and I don't like what I see. It's not a matter of lighting or pose or context. Somehow a complete stranger on the trail captured my feelings.
I call this picture sorrow because that's all I see in the eyes of this stranger even though this stranger is me.
I don't know this person and I don't want to know him or become him.
Nothing to see here today. Adventures coming soon.
Dads new journeys
My father loved to travel but passed away in 2012.
He shared so much of the rich history and beauty of this country with his wife and children so now it seems only fitting to take a small portion of his ashes to all of the places that he loved, and places that we know he would have loved. this panel will be used to keep a simple record of his new journey after his passing. This is a record of love and joy and sharing, not sorrow for his passing, but a celebration of his life and new life after.
09/13/15 Cape May Light house NJ
12/21/13 Virginia Beach Virginia
12/20/13 Saint Augustine Florida
12/19/13 Lake Louise State Park Florida
12/18/13 Disney World
12/17/13 Clermont Florida
12/16/13 South Carolina
01/09/13 Birch Grove Campground NJ*
09/24/12 Elk Neck State Park Maryland*
09/08/12 Gettysburg Pennsylvania*
08/22/12 Chincoteague Island Virginia
08/21/12 Assateague Island Maryland*
07/10/12 Blue Marsh State Park Pennsylvania*
06/16/12 West Point Military Academy New York**
06/16/12 Home - Havertown Pennsylvania**
05/16/12 UMC - Celebration of life, Havertown PA*
05-14-12 Dad passed the torch from father to sons to travel and experience and most of all, love life.
Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes, that way when you criticize them, you're a mile away and you have their shoes. [J.H.]