09 Oct How Wonderful, to be invited into someone’s life.
How Wonderful, to be invited into someone’s life. Not many of us are willing to be honest about our fears and vulnerabilities let alone write them down. Reading your words Heather is like sitting with an old friend. No awkward polite small talk. Just an easy and engaging style. I loved the short concise chapters capturing the days events with vivid descriptions. From a field of glorious wildflowers to sun drenched beaches, sinuous roads through rainforests and camping amongst road trains at a truck stop.
Riding vast western plains toward a shimmering horizon. The smell of the earth after rain. It’s all here from icons of a vast landscape to those little gems tucked away.
What a rig. A Fat Bob – Harley Davidson and an oversized (for a bike) camper trailer. Well you made it work, that’s no mean feat. Through the bull dust, corrugated roads, rain and city traffic. And all that so you had a decent bed at night. Lol
Like a good song people will take away different things from your book. For me your ability to connect with people throughout your travels made me think that we don’t “find” ourselves sitting on a mat crossed legged, chanting. We do it by getting out there facing challenges head on and connecting with others.
I loved it, thanks for sharing Heather and thanks for the inspiration.