People ask me all the time about my route, where I’m going, how long it will take, etc. A�It’s understandable that they would want a structured, clear answer.
But that’s just not how my life works right now.
The route is very fluid. I’ve got some ideas in my head, but nothing is set in stone. There is no rush. The entire project could take 2 years or more. Again, there’s no rush.
The flags on the map are where the route is scheduled so far. This could change at any time.A�
03/19/12 UPDATE: I came, I saw, then I helped, then she died. My mom, Margarita, passed away on January 4th, 2012. I’m still in Chicago, slowly coming out of the fog, trying to get back to cataloguing & finding an editor for the current footage. I don’t know if I’ll return to Alaska this year, or if I’ll have the mojo to continue filming. It’s been hard to pick up the pieces. Slowly, but surely, I reach down to the pebbly path that is mine, and find another broken shard of my heart to gently place with the others. When it looks like I’m going to hit the road again, you’ll be the first to know here!
If you live in a particular town along the coast that you think I should visit, drop me a line.
In the meantime, enjoy the unknown – let your day go unstructured & unplanned for a change. See what that feels like. And keep checking back to spokencoast.org to see what part of the route I’m on next. Thanks for your support!