posts from category: America Travels

Floating Through Fog

It was as though we were suspended on fog.  The road was difficult to see, let alone navigate our 33 foot behemoth towing a car, rounding curves, avoiding traffic cones, oncoming traffic, while taking into account the cars behind piling … Keep Reading…

Crossing the Border

It’s Thursday evening and we find ourselves in the L.L. Stubbs Stewart State park in Oregon.  Perched on top of a high hill and close enough to the ocean that the breeze is cool and constant.  Blew the smell of … Keep Reading…

Read the Writing on the Wall

  Hi folks. Reporting in from smokey, hot Vancouver, B.C. Arrived yesterday having suffered all day from various anxieties. But before regaling you with those stories, let me recap a few days of travel in the great northwest. From the … Keep Reading…

Independence Day Musings

This is a blog I wrote on July 4th.  I decided to wait and reread it before posting and then I promptly forgot the plan.  So, here goes. I once saw a women’s lib lapel pin that said, “I WANT … Keep Reading…

Curbing Enthusiams

We are now in Washington, the state.  We arrived yesterday in grand fashion.  It went something like this. “Dianna, what the hell are you doing?”, followed by clutching his seat as I careened over a curb upending just about everything … Keep Reading…

Of Mosquito Festivals and Lt. Fremont

Traveled today from Blairsden to god knows where in eastern Oregon. Currently resting our bones at the Ana Reservoir. Which is near Summer Lake. Which is north of Paisley. As I write, I am currently looking West at a huge … Keep Reading…