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I have known Kate for over 30+ years and have wanted to see her again. We found a campground about 30 minutes south of her he near Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We arrive at the rV park and amidst pulp mills and brick factories. What have we gotten into? You may recall out recent experience of leaving a band vibe park and we began to wonder if this was another one. The ...
... with incredibly bright decor (I neglected to snap a photo so the one I've included comes courtesy of a google image search). Tuesday we packed the car and drove down to Cumberland Island National Seashore, an enchanted island I had been to a few times in childhood but not again since I was in sixth grade. My folks stayed in a best western on the mainland and took the ferry back and forth while we camped out on the island. ...
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 ...
... the lower socio-economical part of town was filled with incredible architecture and inevitable stories.We'll be back.
Being a passenger on this trip has been interesting -- riding along the same proverbial trails I drove last year on our jaunt is both recognizable and eye-opening. It's a changed South from that of my childhood. So many remnants of places past, with the ghosts of mom and pop businesses and independent businesses long gone mingling with new construction ...