When we first pulled into the parking lot of the San Diego Zoo, I could hardly wait to step out of the door of the truck. I have been waiting to come here since before we even left Maine. After we went in and got our tickets, we headed to the zoo tour bus. We … Continue reading My AFFs (Animal Friends Forever) at the San Diego Zoo!
The air shifted and definitely became a little cooler as we drove west from the BurntwoodsStock music festival. With the music still in our ears and the fullness of heart from meeting new friends, we headed out to the Pacific coast. We had already spent the previous week around the Portland (Oregon that is… the … Continue reading The Other North Coast
It's been one year since we've been on the road and so far we've been to 25 states. My favorite states we've been to so far are Colorado, because it was just so lush and green, and Texas, because...well, I just liked Texas. Now, my least favorite state was Alabama. (Sorry to all the people … Continue reading The Ups and Downs of Traveling
We have been on the road for almost a year now. In trying to find the right word to describe it, I chose: interesting. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been having the time of my life. I will admit though that parts of the trip are hard. Living in a small space with three other … Continue reading Reflections
Summertime Blues just hit me. Not because of the weather as I do so enjoy the crispness of the autumn air and the beautiful colors the season brings with it. Here in Montana (where we are working a sugar beet harvest until mid-October), it's almost as comparable to Maine.....almost. But let's be factual here. Living … Continue reading Summertime
MOUNT RUSHMORE VS. CRAZY HORSE The Black Hills of South Dakota behold many miles of impressive scenery and a wealth of wild west history. It is also home to two majestic stone mountain carvings drawing millions of tourists annually to marvel at the beauty and perhaps embrace the history that so inspired these masterpieces. And … Continue reading The Black Hills…”Native” vs.” American” History
On our way to Devil’s Tower, Wyoming along Highway 24 I was hoping beyond reason that it would live up to all of my expectations. After all, I have been envisioning that huge monolithic tree trunk of sorts, in my mind and dreams for almost as long as I can remember. I used to … Continue reading The Devil Made Me Do It