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... Terra for 5 nights. This is a series of 5 different coastal towns connected by train, boat and ancient hiking trail. This is right on the coast, with one or two towns having a beach. I will be traveling by myself, staying at a hostel, hiking, sitting, sipping wine, eating incredible food and watching the fabulous people. How much better can it get??!!
Then on 9/2 ...
... back. Always vigilantly scanning the horizon for possible storm centers.
As Sraddha said in previous, the interstates really make it easy to make some distance which is what we are doing right now.
We pass huge grain elevators which store soybeans and corn, horse ranches, forests and cross over the occasional high point in the whole area, a freeway ...
... freeway and followed Siri's directions which took us by the Tennessee Titans stadium. And there was a game about to begin. In the pouring rain. And there were flash flood warnings. Unnecessary since the streets were already flooded. Two hours after leaving the wrong Rodeway we arrived at the right one. Yep. That is the story for ...
Look forward to keeping you posted on this next new adventure. I think people here in Illinois will be glad to see me go since they are convinced I brought all this harsh winter weather with me. So leaving and will return in the Spring. What a great deal!!
Love you all and I am glad that you are traveling along with me again.
... in past the distractions of traveling. Finally, Sunday night, I decided I better give my teenage nephew's bedroom back to him and get on over to start my new life. It was hard. I found all types of things to compare to what I had before, to be disappointed in. I went on a couple of shopping sprees to buy what I sold before I moved out of my house in Lafayette. I set up my altar in the living room window which made me feel very good and ...