Monthly Archives: June 2010

I am here now

I am here now. I woke up in North Platte, Nebraska yesterday with the intention of taking my time before I got going since there was no guarantee I would be able to check into my cottage at Chautaqua before … Continue reading

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Traveling with Tigger

Before I left for this trip, I was amazed how many people asked if I was taking Tigger with me. What exactly did people think I would do? Find him a new home or leave him behind for the new … Continue reading

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Iowa

I think I might be in love with Iowa. The rolling hills, the green farmland, the way houses sit sheltered in the few trees on the landscape. Even the abandoned shacks are picturesque in a way that makes me want … Continue reading

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Indiana

Indiana was not my favorite state. In fact, I drove white-knuckled through most of it despite beginning my ride in sunshine. The middle part of the state, however, included the type of weather that terrifies me beyond proportion. Wednesday wasn’t … Continue reading

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I am homeless. For now.

The realization hits me hard on the Garden State Parkway: I am officially homeless. I haven’t closed on my Wayland home yet (and that tale shall be told in this post), but the movers have come and gone, the cabinets … Continue reading

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