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Lynn Moore “Coach Lynn”

Owner of Clear Goals Coaching

Life Coach specializing in Goal Setting & Achieving, Body & Business Wellness Coach, an entrepreneur since birth! Now living the roving life of a full-time RV’er with hubby and two Bengal cats (Sid & Sol) I enjoy ‘working on the go’ and share our experiences on our blogs and website.

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  1. Lynn,

    Absolutely love your blog! Your stories, your pictures, the lessons learned and adventures shared. Truly inspirational!

    Congratulations!

    Laurie

    Comment by Laurie Hayes — February 19, 2009 @ 8:34 pm

  2. Hi Lynn,

    Am enjoying hearing about your adventures and can’t wait to hear about the Monkettes.
    I think next on your list is to write a book about all your crazy times.

    You go girl!!

    Roni

    Comment by Roni Johnson — March 10, 2009 @ 5:45 am

  3. I’m interested in going to see Spook Mountain. Can you give me directions on how to get there from Hwy 95? I can’t seem to find much info about the place on the Internet. Thank you.

    Comment by Gerry Reagan — April 24, 2009 @ 6:44 pm

  4. Hi Lynn: Well I am celebrating my 33rd anniversary today w/ my very own DB and had a host of things to do which include making a chocolate pie for previously said lovely man, having a manicure etc. etc. etc. but instead I have been well ensconced in postings from you. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy them, I think, oh, I’ll just read a bit of it and then an hour later here I am still.

    I take my hat off to you, you little adventurer and look forward to the next installment. You have more guts than a barrel of monkeys!!!!!!!!!!! Does that make sense? Have a great six weeks, I know you will feel so accomplished and fulfilled by the time you finish.

    Cheers from the frozen ##@@%%^&** North! It’s May and not very nice! Arleigh :)

    Comment by Arleigh Fanning — May 8, 2009 @ 5:22 pm

  5. Hey Lynn

    GOOD to hear you have arrived safe and sound. WHAT an adventure you’ve had already! It’s fun to read about it and I look forward to your next “sharing”. Don’t forget – lunch or supper when you get back!!! Take care and continue to enjoy the adventure.

    Hugs,
    Carole

    Comment by Carole — May 9, 2009 @ 2:00 am

  6. Wheweeee! No slow starts for this gal! It’s full tilt all the way!

    Love your adventure story so far Lynn and can’t wait for pictures!

    Comment by Laurie Hayes — May 10, 2009 @ 3:30 pm

  7. Over so many years now, you have been a dear and ‘daring’ woman of inspiration in my life, I so enjoy your sharing of your ‘worldly’ adventures. If anyone can acccomplish these things it is you, and my heart smiles as I picture your experiences. I appreciate your life story telling skills and applaud your independance. I’m sure Greg and your children must be so proud as they bite their nails and likely their tongues too with wanting to protect you.
    Keep yourself basking in the warmth and sunlight of all the good that sorrounds you and we trust you’ll come back to us safely and we can share a hug, some Okanagan wine and lots of tales of your travels. Thanks for being in my life.
    lots of love and blessings, Geri, & Blair too

    Comment by Geri Taylor — May 19, 2009 @ 6:29 pm

  8. Thank you for your lovely words my dear and long-time friend! Will really look forward to that OK wine and a gala chinwag!
    Love you guys!
    Lynn

    Comment by coachlynn — May 20, 2009 @ 11:02 am

  9. Just finished reading your latest blog–even read it aloud as my John listened with great interest. Lynn, you are so brave–keep up the good work and please stay healthy. I will throw a few extra prayers in for you. Take care. Sincerely, Berny

    Comment by Berny Hagaman — May 20, 2009 @ 12:33 pm

  10. Lynn, what a life time adventure!!! I’ve enjoyed your blogs, you’re quite a descriptive writer… so much so that you’ve convinced me that I’ll never want to travel to Nepal.UG. I have continued with yoga classes & this summer will be teaching water aerobics & synchronized swimming. No traveling on the books as I have a new grandson to get my warm fuzzies from. Keep washing your hands!!! Marilyn

    Comment by Marilyn (Sun Vista yoga class) — May 20, 2009 @ 6:57 pm

  11. Hi Mum,
    WOW what an adventure so far!! Love the videos, make everything so much more real! BIG LOVE and HUGS, Kristie oxoxo

    Comment by Kristie — May 21, 2009 @ 11:03 pm

  12. Lynn, I am enjoying every post! You are so brave! Joyce, Bend OR

    Comment by Joyce Anson — May 22, 2009 @ 6:43 pm

  13. Lynn, you continue to inspire me. If you can do that, then I can do what I have planned. (tell ya when you get home) Wow – you are amazing – truly. I think you are courageous, adventurous, and brave. I am in awe of you. Look forward to having dinner when you return. Thank you for sharing your adventure with everyone…………….I am learning a lot as well as being entertained. Take care of you and can hardly wait until you get home because I’m sure there is even more to tell. I live vicariously through you and can hardly wait until your next post. :-)
    Hugs, Carole

    Comment by Carole — May 28, 2009 @ 3:13 pm

  14. Love the heavy breathing on the vidoes. Good thing you don’t smoke or you’d be dead! Some things a daughter doesn’t need to hear from her mother aaaargh, LOL!!!
    I would have to choose between your friends bare bulb and ceiling fan BUT I do think ceiling fan would win out as ou know I have been to India.
    YES the bathroom/shower. I actually liked it because everything gets clean!! And because it is to hot to wear socks you’d neer get them wet!!! Very logical!
    Aren’t the beggars creative!! I sure found that as well. I gave them A+ in that department. Money is a very driving factor.
    Reminder: DON”T TOUCH the monkeys, GOOD MUMMY!
    Keep it coming!
    I love you, Kristie

    Comment by Kristie — May 28, 2009 @ 3:44 pm

  15. Hi Lynn: I am delighted to get the most recent post of your trek. Sipping my coffee, sitting at my computer I am transported again to Nepal. Now about your bed partners the Cock – a – Roacha 4some and Senora Spider……well I would have been right there w/ you, first a shriek and then all the gesticulations, not taking another step until they were GONE!!! The bat caves…..good on ya girl, conquer those fears, not so sure I could have done that one, but you never know when you are on an adventure what you can make yourself do. Looking forward to all the pix when you get home. Surely you will go through withdrawal when you get here. Come on home, the weather’s FINE. Cheers, Arleigh :)

    Comment by Arleigh Fanning — June 3, 2009 @ 3:44 pm

  16. Hi Lynn,
    I have been following your adventures all along, but the story that has touched my heart most of all is that of little Atma…I can’t wait to meet her! I would love for you to share your advemtures one evening at the studio…I’m sure that many would enjoy hearing your trsvel tales first hand…
    Looking forward to your safe return…
    Love and light, Karen xo

    Comment by Karen — June 6, 2009 @ 7:47 am

  17. Hi Karen
    I would just love to tell about my adventures at the Yoga Studio. Just wait until you see my new yoga outfit!
    I leave here June 13 so will see you soon
    Namaste
    Lynn

    Comment by coachlynn — June 7, 2009 @ 8:08 am

  18. Lynn – I LOVE Atma. What a dear. Wish I had the time to take her. But I do know of an wonderful rescue organization here and they may take her and find her a home. Just a thought.
    I continue to enjoy your blogs and in fact, at one point it inspired me to continue making a big decision. So, can hardly wait to see you and hear more and tell you all about my BIG decision. It’s HUGE. (well, everything is relative)
    Take care and continue to write about your fabulous adventures!!
    me

    Comment by Carole — June 6, 2009 @ 1:40 pm

  19. Hi Carole,
    Now you’ve got me really curious! Can’t wait to find out what your BIG decision is! Be home soon, I leave on Sat. June 13
    hugs
    L

    Comment by coachlynn — June 7, 2009 @ 8:00 am

  20. Lynn I am enjoying every moment of your trip to Nepal and because of your experiences and just you being so gutsy I do not want to got there! and I dont have to because you have taken me there!! The dog is adorable and you have my utmost admiration to save her. Thanks, Joyce

    Comment by Joyce Anson — June 7, 2009 @ 9:30 pm

  21. Namaste: Thanks for sharing your adventure, I really appreciated reading all your blogs this evening & praise your tenacity. Humidity really zaps ones energy – thank goodness for fans of any size!!! Have a safe trip home & I am looking forward to your pictures. xo Catherine Shakespeare

    Comment by Catherine Shakespeare — June 8, 2009 @ 5:44 am

  22. Good Morning Lynn, Holy what a great screenplay for a movie ~ the bus trip to Pokhara. I was exhausted by the end of it and can only imagine how you endured it, I guess the beauty of the place when you finally arrived was the payback. Praying for a safe and expedient journey home for you and your “precious cargo!” I think a presentation of your journey when you are settled in on home turf sounds great, I’d love to come! Cheers, Arleigh :)

    Comment by Arleigh Fanning — June 11, 2009 @ 2:04 pm

  23. Lynn, You are a brave woman… What an adventure you are having, I think you need to write a book when you get home. I was sitting at home on Saturday tears streaming down my face reading about Atma. That was an amazing thing you did. Thanks for sharing your adventure with everyone!!

    Michelle

    Comment by Michelle Gagnon — June 11, 2009 @ 3:43 pm

  24. How is Atma? I hate bus rides and I bet you do too. much admiration and love, Joyce Anson

    Comment by Joyce Anson — June 13, 2009 @ 6:08 am

  25. Hello Lynn! You are a real inspiration to every woman and every person. You are truly amazing. Thank you for sharing all your wonderful stories. :) I especially love the story of ATMA! How is she doing? When will you be home? I want more INFO on her! :) Have you found a home for her yet Lynn? Love to you and take wonderful care and I look forward to hearing about your adventure’s. Roberta :)

    Comment by Roberta Forster — June 18, 2009 @ 12:36 am

  26. Hi Lynn,

    Wow! What an adventurous spirit you have! Thanks for sharing your stories. I look forward to many more.

    Christine McIvor

    Comment by Social Media Consultant — January 25, 2010 @ 11:31 pm

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