Tripping Down Hwy 1 of the California Coast


  1. whereasi
    whereasi May 22, 2014 at 6:41 pm .

    When you put on a smile and made a silly comment to mask the fear, it made me cry. A wonderful piece describing a frightening journey both in the car with hubby and into your hurting soul. A great mix of white knuckle driving and plunges back into your past. I wanted to jump into the back seat and scream at John to stop.

  2. Marilyne Rudy
    Marilyne Rudy May 23, 2014 at 11:04 am .

    Once again, another excellent chapter, Viga! I was also hangin’ on for dear life going around all those hairpin turns! John was challenged by it all; meanwhile you were on the edge with fear! I felt so bad for you! All the turns on the road was just another wave/fun for John! LOL. You conveyed the way John spoke to you very well and how it affected you mentally. 😀

  3. Cheri Arlengi
    Cheri Arlengi June 3, 2014 at 7:49 am .

    Can’t wait to read more! I so admire you Viga, and love your ‘easy to read’ style of writing. I feel I really know you personally as you’ve let me so deep into your personal life. Thank you seems too small an expression of gratitude!! <3 xx

  4. Heather Lamb
    Heather Lamb June 12, 2014 at 7:10 pm .

    Rats Viga! I didn’t want to read bits of your book at a time. I wanted to wait for the entire memoir. Now you’ve got me hooked. As usual, I so enjoy anything you write. Thank you!

  5. Lynn Tolson
    Lynn Tolson June 29, 2014 at 9:46 am .

    Good writing! I especially liked this: “plunge me over a precipice to wallow in a pit of self-loathing” appropriate to the scenic highway.

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