The road beckons

Two years ago today, we said good-bye to the Bay Area, the place we had called home for a long time. We set out on our World Tour, with a guitar, harmonica, microphone, laptop and two or three suitcases.

In reality, this was the third leg of our tour. We had been to Asia (Hong Kong) and Europe (Portugal, Spain) on two previous trips.

But this would be our longest stint on the road. We visited Mauritius, where Sherry’s family lives, and South Africa. And we returned to the States to stake our claim in Southern California.

Here are a few photographic highlights from our time in South Africa.

Bo-Kaap is a neighborhood in Cape Town, known for its colorful houses. It has a rich history as the birthplace for many South African artists. In the background is Table Mountain, the highest point in the area.

We finally settled down again this past August, buying a home during the pandemic.

We’d love to get on the road again. But it doesn’t look like that will happen anytime soon. In the meantime, we are relishing our new environs, just a stone’s throw from the ocean, with great hiking trails and open spaces. And the weather can’t be beat.


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