The Dark Side of the Moon

Like astronauts circling the moon, we will lose contact with the rest of our world when we entered Canada.  No phone, text or internet (Verizon roaming rates are prohibitive).  So we’ve scheduled our online bill paying, unsubscribed from everything we could find, said goodbye to our kids and we will cross over the border.  It will be an interesting experience. We have grown so accustomed to our tether-less contact, we don’t know what to expect. How will we react?  Will we feel isolated or liberated?

After a wonderful visit with Jason’s family in Seattle its time to travel North to Alaska. We’ll catch you on the other side.


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2 Responses to The Dark Side of the Moon

  1. It will be interesting to read your perspective on life without communication. Smooth sailing ahead.


  2. tjbeached1 says:

    Enjoy being “off the grid”. It is difficult at first, but after a while, you really do get used to it, and almost enjoy the solitude of not relying on it all the time! Travel safe and I look forward to reading about your upcoming adventures!


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