Sally Dietterle is the owner of StreetHawk Express, a local cartage company that delivers commercial goods around the lower mainland of BC. She is responsible for the livelihood of around 25 people in her employ. Although she prefers to be trekking across a foreign country or hanging out on her boyfriend’s boat in Florida, she has her roots set down in beautiful Langley, BC Canada. She is currently living alone for the first time in her life and arrives home every day with gratitude that her house stayed clean all day while she was away. When she’s not out delivering cold lemonade or fresh baked cookies to her customers, she keeps busy by bossing people around at the office, especially her two middle children who both work full-time with her at StreetHawk. Sally is a grandmother to two of the cutest little boys in the world, and although people often mistake her for the boys’ mother, she flashes her grandmother badge with honour whenever possible. She considers herself blessed to live near all four of her children and can often be found spending leisure time with them. She practices hot yoga almost daily in the hope that she will be able to stay active for many years, and one day is able to hike some of the world’s greatest hikes with her grandsons. Writing has been a passion of hers for many years, but was never really practiced beyond cards and notes to her friends or the annual Christmas letter about the shenanigans of her crazy household. When she announced that she intended to walk over 800 km in 31 days on the Camino de Santiago, Spain in 2013, her friends and family encouraged her to keep a blog of her journey. She reluctantly did just that and her blog of that journey as well as other musings can be read at www.livealifeyouwillenjoylookingbackon.com. Sally enjoys most of her recent adventures alongside her boyfriend John whom she met while walking the Camino. They both love international travel and hiking or just hanging out on the boat in Florida or the Bahamas. Although they live diagonally across the continent from each other, having monthly adventures to look forward to adds a lot of excitement to their lives and gives her some great material to blog about. Both of them being entrepreneurs gives them the freedom to get away regularly and they wouldn’t trade it for the world. Sally’s last big adventure was in September 2014 where she travelled first to Germany with her 81 year old father and two sisters. After visiting western Germany and meeting members of her dad’s family, they made their way to France where they met up with John and her sisters husband, Bill, and then toured the D-Day beaches in Normandy and laid flowers on the grave of four soldiers who lost their lives and dreams in the hope that the rest of us could keep ours. Bless their souls…. may we never forget their sacrifice.