Top Eleven Favorite Places from My Three Year Long Road Trip

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As many of you know, I’ve relinquished my “full-time road warrior” status in order to be closer to my parents in my hometown of Longview Washington. Here, I am within minutes of my Dad’s house as well as my Mom … Continue reading

My Favorite Places Revisited

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Hello friends! I know some of you have been wondering where I’ve been. Amazingly, until a couple days ago I hadn’t moved in nearly four months. My last few blog posts were about my time in a special part of … Continue reading

Along the East Coast with More Friends Than Fair Weather

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I’m not even going to try to candy-coat it… I’m feeling skunked by my autumn in the northeast. I’ve dreamed of seeing this part of the country ablaze with color for many years, and had high hopes of adventuring through … Continue reading

Vermont to Maine

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At writing I am staying with friends in Waterford Virginia. After locating a huge barn to tuck my RV into, we spent the afternoon battening down for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. At this point my days in northern Vermont, … Continue reading

The Journey Continues… One Year Later

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I have to admit it boggles my mind… that I’ve been out here, on my own, traveling across this great nation… for a year! And what’s maybe even more interesting is that I haven’t grown tired of it yet. By … Continue reading

Pure Michigan- The Upper Peninsula (part two)

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Before I get into my remaining tales from the Upper Peninsula, I have to apologize for the size of these two posts. If they load slowly for you it’s because of the sheer volume of images. I whittled them down … Continue reading

Pure Michigan- The Upper Peninsula (part one)

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I can’t remember when I first set my sights on finding my way to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Years ago I heard how remote it is… how pristine and beautiful… green and lush… surrounded by water. I’m sure my … Continue reading

Georgia On My Mind

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I have to admit, even after all the storms I muddled through during my weeks in Florida, I felt a bit melancholy about leaving when I crossed the border into Georgia. Despite the nearly constant rain I found some very … Continue reading