Going Blog Solo and Retiring my 1Woman3GreatRivers Blogsite. You can now find me here, and only here (well, and FB).

Expect the unexpected. Changes come in all sizes and shapes. Our lives are dynamic, and so are our blogs…Since I imported all my content from 1Woman3GreatRivers last weekend, my blog appearance got knocked out of whack. Turns out this theme has been discontinued. I appreciate your patience while I play around with new themes and take on new changes.

A lot of chapters have opened up in my life since completing the three Great Rivers Expeditions. I’ve been teaching 7th grade Science, changing school districts, guiding on the Mississippi, participating in river cleanups, visiting friends and family in California, and suffering through four years of chronic back pain.

I’ve exported all of my posts from the other site, 1Woman3GreatRivers, back home to LoveYourBigMuddy. The last post I added on the other blog site was two years ago yesterday, April 27, 2017, when I left Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, for Atlin Lake and the Llewellyn Glacier, British Columbia, the Yukon River’s source. It was nearly impossible to post anything while on the Yukon because of its remoteness. Satellite posts were accomplished on my Expedition Facebook page, but I could not post photos unless I had WiFi, and that was a struggle to get access to as well. (You can visit that FB page and go to 2017, June through July, to follow that trip.) SO NOW, I am consolidating and going full-scale LoveYourBigMuddy blog again. It is hard enough maintaining one blog, but TWO? Impossible for me.

This summer I am going to start writing my book about the LoveYourBigMuddy Expedition. I’ll be recovering from back surgery beginning in two weeks, so the time is right. My brother, Jim Sullens, will help me with editing, and I’ve received a lot of good advice from author friends of mine. Also, sharing stories from the journey recently have made me realize that I HAVE A LOT of stories to tell. Then, there are the Mississippi AND the Yukon Rivers, too!

I’ll be in the river town of New Haven, MO, this weekend (May 4, 2019) for Miller Landing Days, a celebration of their historic culture and river history. I am listed as ‘story telling’ so that will be another avenue of review and preparation for writing. I’ll have t-shirts available to give away, or for a small donation.

I hope to share my progress on this LoveYourBigMuddy blog, hopefully getting it revved up again. I hope to post stories and photos to document further the adventure of it all. It may very well be that I have several chapters just on the first few days of the trip. I mean, a broken radiator, sleeping in our car at a truck stop in Wyoming after taking a wrong turn in a blizzard, a 6-hour ski into the source at the Continental Divide turned into 30 hours with no means for fire, food, or sleeping gear, day one on the water I nearly swamped my boat in a strainer and sprained my hand getting out of that mess, and the next day I ran into a shoreline snag on two different occasions, and popped TWO holes in my boat! SO MANY STORIES!

Welcome back to this LoveYourBigMuddy Expedition blog site. Please feel free to provide comments and ask questions. I will no longer be posting on 1Woman3GreatRivers, and will delete it soon. See You On The River!!!

6 thoughts on “Going Blog Solo and Retiring my 1Woman3GreatRivers Blogsite. You can now find me here, and only here (well, and FB).

  1. YAY!! Welcome Back & delighted you’ll be sharing more about your awesome adventures! :- ) Loved seeing your pics & thank you for the gift–looking forward to your book; how exciting! Good luck w/the story-telling this w/e–wish I could be there to listen. Best wishes!

  2. Hey Janet, God’s Blessings to you. First off, I’m so sorry to hear about your impending back surgery, been there done that, but it was all worth it in the end. The Book, I can’t wait. Please put me on the distribution list. Take care of yourself and good luck in your future endeavors. Mark.

  3. Hello Janet Moreland. Greetings and Salutations from Pocatello, Idaho It’s been a while since I last herd from you on your blog post. I followed your journey with great interest. Thank you for sharing with me, all of those great pictures, and the narrative that accompanied them. I really enjoyed following along. I wish you a speedy recovery from your back surgery, I hope it will alleviate your pain. When you write your book I would like to have a copy, as, I think it would make a fine addition to my personal library. I’m still working for the Union Pacific Railroad here in Pocatello, Idaho and everything is going well for me.

    Thank you again for the update and keep in touch. Have a terrific 2019 Summer. I have included my E-mail address: ussidahobb42@gmail.com Respectfully: Darrell Sears Pocatello, Idaho

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    1. Darrell, It warms my heart to hear from you. Thank you for your well wishes, and I wish you the very best in life. I hope to see you again some day, and you will receive a copy of my book. Some day. 🙂 Soon, I hope, of course. Cheers!

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