Homer's Travels: A Homer's Travels Look Back At 2022

Saturday, December 31, 2022

A Homer's Travels Look Back At 2022

2022 … This was a year of ups and downs. The Wife retired (Yay!) and I didn't finish the Appalachian Trail (AT) (Boo!). We left the country for our longest trip to date and it was amazing! It was a good year, not a great year, but a good enough year if you ignore the pandemic of stupidity that still simmers in our nation (though the results of the midterm elections shows some glimmer of hope) .
Let's look back at 2022, shall we:

  • I posted 127 times this year.  This is the most I've posted since 2017 and twice as many as last year.  I think adding the Weekly Ephemera posts got me writing more, not to mention the AT interruptus and the Fall travels giving me a lot of inspiration as well.  Now I just have to keep it up or maybe even write more next year.
What will 2023 bring?  We have a few trips in the planning stages - a domestic roadtrip, an Asian adventure, and a hike along the Camino de Santiago.  Some friends will be visiting in the Spring to see the sandhill crane migration. I'm sure more things will pop up along the way. The key to 2023, and most other years frankly, is to be flexible and accept what comes your way.

Here's to a Happy, Prosperous, and Healthy New Year for all.  May all your dreams come true in 2023.

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