Sunday, January 27, 2008

Time to say goodbye

I won't be posting for awhile. In fact, I think this blog has found it's end. It's been two years of writing about living in Loreto and then some time on the road in the U.S., but plans have changed and I'm not sure anymore where we'll be and the blog has lost its intended purpose of sharing insights about new places and people. Maybe another time in the future.

Thank you to everyone who has followed along. I hope you found inspiration, or at least some entertainment along the way.

kelli

6 comments:

Rich Luhr said...

I'm sorry to see this blog go. Your writing has always been interesting, provocative, and warm. The photos are great, and you live an interesting life. I hope sometime soon you'll feel inspired to start again, and when you do, I'll be reading!

-- Rich

Wil said...

Kelli, I am sure sorry to see you close up shop. Do tell your husband, from one cardiac patient to another, to stop farting around with chelation, find himself a surgeon who will do his bypass off pump and then spend the six months needed to get back to climbing up into the saddle again -- there are plenty of sunsets to ride off into yet to come.

I wish you and your family all the best in your future lives. Perhaps we'll meet some night as we pull our old Airstream into a forest service campground someplace.

Anonymous said...

I'll miss reading your blog. It was enjoyable seeing Loreto, Canada and parts of the US through your filter. Let me know if you start it up again. You're a gifted writer and your blog will be missed. Wishing you well.
Denise V. xo

harvestmoon said...

Oh, Kelli; I just got caught up! I'm so sorry to read this - we don't always see eye to eye but I really enjoyed reading your POV. I really hope Robert's health improves and I'll check in from time to time.

I'm keeping your guys in my thoughts.

Scott said...

I began reading your blog after your meeting with the Luhrs last year. I've enjoyed your commentary. I hope you pick up this blog again later; you are a natural narrator.

Scott said...

I began reading your blog after your meeting with the Luhrs last year. I've enjoyed your commentary. I hope you pick up this blog again later; you are a natural narrator.