I was always fascinated by Jamie's perspective. I wanted to see what he saw. In hindsight, it's now clear to me how posting on social media "as Jamie" became an outlet for my obsession with seeing the world through his eyes.
Jamie and I spent a huge amount of time driving together over the years. Running errands, commuting to work every day for years, drives into the mountains on weekends, and road trips all over the US and Canada. I put around 350,000 miles on the three pickup trucks we owned during Jamie's lifetime, and I'd guess he was riding along for at least half of those miles.
When he rode shotgun next to me, we were always scanning the horizon together and reacting to what we saw. I pointed things out to him, and he pointed things out to me.