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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.
A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.
~ Lao Tzu
Today, Will and I were good travelers. No fixed plans. No intent on arriving. Anywhere.
Two hard core days of being road warriors took a bit of a toll on the youngest member of our merry band of wanderers. New people, new places, new foods, new places to sleep.
That's a whole lotta New for a guy who thrives on routine. Not to say that he's not a quick adaptor -- quite ...
... for the impromptu band. Wish I'd gotten video, but I was too much into the moment to think about breaking away. It's a memory only. But what a memory.
So much to process from this day. I know I'm forgetting something. But Will continues to surprise. Flirting with pretty girls over breakfast. Singing with a band. And! mastering apps on the iPad -- who knew?!?
One thing's for sure -- our travel will never be homogenized. Hot damn.
... of different designs and this is what she came up with. I think it looks really cool and I'm hoping it will last till tomorrow when I get on the train to Washington D.C.
Gail finished packing her case and Beth (Gail's niece) who is also coming with us, arrived to spend the night. Gail and Beth both dyed their hair and we had a couple of drinks.
Can't wait for Washington & New York.
... 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 ...