Writer • Explorer • Entrepreneur
After working in corporate America for 15 years, I quit my job, sold my house, packed up my Subaru Outback and hit the road. After road-tripping, I flew overseas. Follow along to see pictures, and hear stories of people and places along the way.
Traveling across the world as a solo female. Documenting the good, the bad, and the unique experiences along the way.
I’ve put together some videos about adventure trips to Norway, British Columbia, Alaska, Thailand, and Australia. There’s also a video of the time I hiked the John Muir Trail solo.
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Marilyn Ball, the host of Speaking of Travel, invited me to her radio show and podcast to discuss my long-term travels and my recent arrival to Argentina. I arrived in Argentina a few days before speaking with Marilyn, so I talked about what it was like flying abroad for the first time since March 2020 in a “post covid” world.
I am thrilled to have been a guest on the podcast, Hiking Thru Life. Sarah and her husband, Andy, have a great podcast and website dedicated to hiking and the outdoors. Born and raised in Minnesota, this couple provides a lot of resources and inspiration for their readers and listeners. The website describes their mission as, “Hiking Thru Life aims to inspire people from all walks of life to live a more meaningful life.”
Throughout her wild 3-week journey backpacking 220+ miles in the California Sierra Mountains, Christy encountered freezing temperatures, pelting hail storms, and losing her way, but found trail family, incredible views, and experiences that would change her life forever. Hiking up and over ten different mountain passes gave Christy a lot of time to think about why her nine-year marriage was falling apart, gave her the chance to truly embody her individualism, time to make new friends, and the strength she would need on and off the trail. Her life could never again be the same.
This is one woman’s account of the three weeks she spent on the iconic trail.
From Readers Favorite: “... a compelling non-fiction adventure story of finding strength in the face of adversity and learning how to believe in yourself.”