Roadtreking

Category Archives: Janet Arnold

Loving My Desert Season

Until this weekend, I have been in or on the edges of the desert for close to two months. Winter in this country can be a surprise. It may dip…

From the Desert: What I Know Today

From somewhere in the Sonoran Desert… This is what I know today. It is thrilling to see desert big horn sheep in their natural habitat. Don’t sit on a cholla…

Finally, Full Timing

Since the end of January I have been “on the road.” I have been on the run from my dentist. I remained in San Diego much longer than I expected….

Friends and Fellow Travelers

Since my husband, Jim, died from metastatic cancer four years ago, I have found myself being shy of people and groups of people. I bought my SS Agile 8 months after he…

Ending One Journey-Starting Another

There’s been a major direction change on my adventure down the coast with by bicycling friend, Cat, and her pups. We have chosen to separate. Cat is strong and is cycling…

Signs, Signs Everywhere a Sign

Reading signs is a part of my travel experience. They will tell you where to go, where not to go, what is open and what is not. I have been…

Bridges, Love Those Bridges

I have seriously fallen in love with bridges. I have always loved them, but now I have arrived at the point where I want to take a picture of each…

The Hooligans Make Their Way to Oregon

Today my friend Cat and her pups, biked across the Astoria-Megler Bridge arriving in Oregon. Her SAG wagon (my Roadtrek RV), Elsie the Cat and me, had gone on ahead to…