Unpacked & Thinking: Gypsy Journey

brick and if you don’t mind walking you can reach every section of town. The surrounding mountains are beautiful. Everyone I have met is friendly although it has been a week and I have not made a “friend” yet, I guess that is the downside of coming to town without a job.  A job provides ready made friends.

There is a fantastic pizza place with a real brick oven that allows you to watch the flames as the pizza bakes.  Both a Chinese and steak house have been highly recommended. I will spread the visits out. One each week.  The weather is turning cold and hiking up and down the steep hills is less enticing and I don’t want to be packing on the pounds. Actually, I met a writer at one cafe who told me he will be back next week.  It was an interesting conversation. If I go back I will let you know.

This afternoon I will experience a reflexology treatment and facial cupping.  I never had facial cupping so I look forward to the experience.

One thought and I would love any feedback you may have.  When people learn that I just came out here no job, no family, just a dart on the board kind of pick of towns,  they all say, “I wish I was that brave”,” that takes courage”, and opinions following the thought.  For me it is just natural.  I have always been that way and likely always will be. So the question is: To me what feels natural, moving across the ocean, country to country, state to state to others seems brave or courageous. What do you think?  Why would it be thought brave when it seems simply natural for me?

  Pizza oven.



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