Trish and I covered the waterfront on issues of grammar, style, acceptability of ranging off-topic from the blog purpose, etc. I got on my soapbox a bit, going on about how blogging requires a greater level of candor and informality than traditional corporate PR media. The blogging audience has come to expect authenticity, and when they read corporate-speak, they distrust, and then they become disinterested. Trish had an interesting take from the 45 minutes of time I took up that she could ill afford to spend on philosophy.
2010 miles from start to finish, Salt Lake to Nogales, and I am still making sense of everything I learned on this trip. Certain details stay with me, like this decorative element at the mission. Maybe I returned to it because I like spirals, or for the shadows it cast.