About Maya

My name is Maya, and I wander.

post

On the Road Again – Top of the World

Today we leave for an epic 2200 mile RT journey from our home in Anchorage, Alaska to the Tuktoyuktuk at the top of the Northwest Territory, Canada. Roughly 1100 miles rt will be dirt. Rasta, my service dog from Canine Companions for Independence will be joining us. Track our … [Read more...]

post

BMW GSA 800

[Read more...]

post

BMW 1200 GS Sidecar

Rasta's Motorcycle … [Read more...]

post

Change is finally happening?

I have been absent from blogging for a bit. It's not that the adventures have stopped. It is just that I have been so busy. I finally hired someone to move all my old content to my new site. So stay put. Hopefully it will all start happening! … [Read more...]

post

The new rig is done

The new rig! … [Read more...]

post

Meet my new hearing dog – Rasta

Rasta is my new service dog. I received Rasta last week from Canine Companions for Independence. We have been very busy training, learning everything about taking care of each other, and finally, getting her back to Alaska. I am going to add Rasta to the website now, as she has become a "Wandering … [Read more...]

post

Counting down the dog days!

Michael and I leave in just three days to go to California to pick up a service dog. I have been struggling with my hearing loss for years, and now I am getting a hearing dog from Canine Companions for Independence to help me. I am really excited. I have been without any pets for many years. It will … [Read more...]

post

New York state of mind

What is the New York state? The dogs wear sweaters. The men have hipster beards and wear lumberjack plaid shirts. I keep washing my hands because everything is sticky. The subway entry gates DO NOT like me - access denied. Twice. The bathroom in Central Park was locked. So, well, … [Read more...]

post

A perfect cap

Great capps to be had in SLC. A pleasant surprise. … [Read more...]

post

Canine Companions for Independence

I found out earlier this week that I will be attending a two week long training session in California in preparation for receiving a service dog. I am all excited. I applied and have waited my turn. It has been 18 months. I leave March 28. … [Read more...]