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Brian and I have made up our minds to move to San Francisco with our dog Baxter.
We plan to drive my car, a compact 3-series BMW, loaded with all of our earthly belongings and our 2 bikes. We have several stops planned along the way and are ready to start our own life together. This blog documents our quick adventures as I spend 2 weeks between jobs, living life to the fullest with my 2 loves.
... we were on vacation.
I'm older now. Oh hell, let's face it. I'm old. I know that sometimes plans are meant to be just that. Plans. Nothing more. And that's ok. Life is full of more important things than taking on often overly-ambitious plans. Like taking a break when the signs are there. Like slowing down to enjoy a day without distractions -- and never leaving the house (even someone else's house.) Like taking time to live in a new place, even for a day.
... cutter commerce. Road travel homogenized. And yes, there's a lot to be said for having familiar quantities available -- you always know what you're going to get when you sit down to play the peg game and grab a meal at Cracker Barrel -- but there's a sameness to the routine that gives a hackneyed quality to one's travel experience. And the opportunities to discover the best blueberry pie you've ever had in a hole in the wall joint on the roadside become fewer and ...
... pretty full by the time I had finished.
After Rueben's, Regina took me to the post office to send the box. The lady there asked me to fill out a form declaring what was in the box. She wanted to know exactly what was in there. Jeez, there was so many bits and pieces that I couldn't name everything. Anyway, $162.00 later, it was on its way to Australia. Let's hope it gets there around the ...
... together so that it was strong enough to keep even the toughest animals out.
They had hanging some tanned racoon, fox, groundhog, possum and skunk skins that the Indians used for clothing. Amazingly, the skunk skins are wonderfully soft and quite beautiful to look at and their smell has been removed. Not sure if it is naturally gone or if it had help.
The walk to the ...