26 comments on “Changes: With Feet in Two Worlds Now

  1. Wow, good luck in Mongolia! Once upon a time I dreamed about wandering as an anthropologist, but I’ve settled myself considerably since then. I’ve seen a lot of documentaries on the steppes of Mongolia, and it’s fascinating and remote.

  2. So excited for you guys! Lance the Truck, Stanley the Camper, Gillie the C-Dory, and Bandon the Sailboat will all be in good hands while you are gone. Expect us to come and visit sometime after you’ve been established for a while. Until then, let’s make this summer an exciting one!

  3. Wow! I am looking forward to learning about Mongolia, its people and foods through your words and lenses, just as I’ve enjoyed your Alaskan adventures!

    • Good to hear from you, Kim! Yes, we are very excited about Mongolia – it was definitely on our short list as we considered the next place to explore. Looking forward to trying yak-milk vodka and becoming masters of roasted meat and stir fry!

  4. How wonderful and what an inspiring journey! I’ve only been to Point Hope a few times and it’s a special place… but it sounds like you’ve found a new place that is also pretty special. Best of luck.

  5. Yippee! We’re going to Mongolia! I think many of us feel like we’ve been on this adventure with you all along. So it will be fun & informative to experience a new climate and cuisine. I’m especially looking forward to all the amazing photos that you’ll be sharing with us. Good luck on the next step of your incredible life. I admire your adventurous spirits! Life at Sutterville is good, but it can’t compare to the enriched life that you two are experiencing. (And none of our children come to school smelling like whale fat. Wow! I’m going to have to share that fascinating piece of information with my students.) I’m glad that you two took the risk to fully follow your dreams. I can’t wait to get to Mongolia via your blog postings!:-)

    • So good to hear from you, Sharon! We often think of our Sutterville friends and those warm California days. But yes, we are really eager to cross the Pacific and begin our next chapter in Mongolia. Lots of photos and stories to come! Come on along!

  6. Your Northern light Photograph was more impressive that most I have seen, because you personalized it by adding object in the foreground….and made it art!

  7. Thanks for taking us along these past few years. I can’t wait to see what recipes, photos and adventures you will be sharing with us next. Best of luck to you both!

  8. Amazing to hear, catch a taimen for me! And if you happen to be stopping in Tokyo on your way to Mongolia from Alaska, drop me a line!

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