Tag Archives: Carolyn Fruth

It’s A Beautiful Day: Part II Metolius River, Oregon

I’m gonna sing a brand new song, Yeah I’m about to get my worship onTake me away on this beautiful day by Jamie Grace Sunday morning sunshine after a Cannon Beach day, Carolyn and I jump in the car and … Continue reading

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It’s A Beautiful Day

Hey hey heyIt’s a beautiful day and I can’t stop myself from smilin’If we’re drinkin’, then I’m buyin’And I know there’s no denyin’It’s a beautiful day, the sun is up, the music’s playin’And even if it started rainin’You won’t hear … Continue reading

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From Zion to St. George: Socially Distanced and Socially Shamed (I’m A Pepper)

June 1, 2020 Out of bed, get some coffee from our favorite coffee place in Kanab, Jakey Leigh’s Coffee Shop and Bakery. Ready to get out on the road and head to Zion National Park via the Mount Carmel Junction … Continue reading

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Social Distancing: Hoodoo You Love–Part 2

May 31, 2020 Today’s journey will take Carolyn and I to Kodachrome Basin State Park a drive of close to 100 miles up Route 89 and across Scenic Route 12 to Cannonville. Our first stop is in Hatch for some … Continue reading

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Isolation Blues: Into The Great Wide Open Part–2

Friday, May 29, 2020 Coffee is essential for another long day of traveling and hiking. Once again we trust our front desk agent, who probably has never drank a cup of coffee, to give us a recommendation. She sends us … Continue reading

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Isolation Blues: Into The Great Wide Open Part–1

Into the great wide open Under them skies of blue Out in the great wide open A rebel without a clue Carolyn had decided to take June off of work from Southwest Airlines on what they call Emergency Time Off, … Continue reading

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Isolation Blues: The Trials and Trails Of Social Distancing–Part 6

“Just living is not enough,” said the butterfly, “one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.” Hans Christian Anderson Cooped up and getting hot, Carolyn and I head to the Payson area to start off the month of May. … Continue reading

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Isolation Blues: The Trials and Trails of Social Distancing–Chapter 5

Still furloughed but not locked down, I look for multiple ways to keep active during the crisis. Of course I watch some Netflix but in reality I am keeping busy without TV. My book reading has increased as I continue … Continue reading

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Isolation Blues: The Trials and Trails of Social Distancing–Chapter 4

This isolation thing is in full swing as we approach the second Thursday in April. Carolyn  has made it through another essential work week and we are looking forward to some new adventures. To get our weekend going, Carolyn borrows … Continue reading

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Isolation Blues: The Trials and Trails of Social Distancing Chapter 3

Life on furlough with local hiking and biking adventures. Continue reading

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