Travel is Fatal to Prejudice – Mark Twain

Do you stay on the interstate? Eat in the same restaurants? Eat the same food? Stay in the same hotels? Visit the same places? What happens when you break down? Are you scared, upset or do you take the opportunity to discover someplace you had not planned on stopping? Every town in this country and others has a history - a beginning?

Right Back where I started from

I made an announcement on Facebook and the “Welcome Home” messages began arriving, but there was a problem. I wasn’t home. This wasn’t home. Home is where your heart is, right? So where is my heart. I walked around; I visited with my neighbors whom I use to spend so much time with. I walked into my old room. Saw the basement I had worked so hard renovating, all finished. I walked down to the water, the water I had missed so much. This wasn’t home. This is where I use to live and perhaps this will be where I spend a few months as I work things through, but home, no, its not here.

Eastbound – Day 11

November 20, 2013 Stillwater, MN 134,202.4 (266.8 miles) Someone slept in this AM and it wasn't Lexie. I was really enjoying the warmer temps. Yes, 35 degrees...

Walking with Anna

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step ~~Laozi Anna Harrington took that step on March 1, 2014 in Astoria, Oregon, where the...

Caution…Rough Road Ahead.

With this past Sundays unusually early Hard Freeze and Snow Fall (temps were sub freezing  for 24 hours) we lost our Peak Fall Foliage....

Eastbound – Day 7

November 16, 2013 Alzada, MT 133,153.1 ( 229.9 miles) We're sitting here in the parking lot of a true western saloon called the Stoneville Saloon, though I'm...

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