About

We are Riley & Karen Caton. We are both retired and having a grand time exploring our great nation and the world. We were full-time RVrs for nine years and are now traveling from Olympia, Washington, geocaching every chance we get; you’ll never know where we’ll show up next.

4 Responses to About

  1. Will Ebiner says:

    Funny that I found your site by clicking on a cool picture while looking at the tiny populations of random towns in the north, interesting blog! Keep it up.

  2. DesertAbba says:

    Thanks for stopping by to observe me tilting at yet another windmill, a rhyming one.

    If your limited sojourns take you to Ohio, we’d welcome a visit!

    R&J

    • rkcaton says:

      History says don’t hope
      On this side of the grave.
      But then, once in a lifetime
      The longed for tidal wave
      Of justice can rise up
      And hope and history rhyme.
      From Seamus Heaney’s “Doubletake” in The Cure of Troy (1991)

      Please keep the windmill turning! We really enjoy your musings.

      There are travels somewhere in our future and you and Jane are on the list!
      All our best,
      R&K

  3. rkcaton says:

    History says don’t hope
    On this side of the grave.
    But then, once in a lifetime
    The longed for tidal wave
    Of justice can rise up
    And hope and history rhyme.
    From Seamus Heaney’s “Doubletake” in The Cure of Troy (1991)

    Please keep the windmill turning! We really enjoy your musings.

    There are travels somewhere in our future and you and Jane are on the list!
    All our best,
    R&K

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