posts from category: America Travels

Missing The View

No, I’m not referencing that program on TV with Whippy Goldberg.  The ride from Healdsburg to Eureka is my reference here.   As those of you following our shenanigans, you know we drove to Healdsburg and held my birthday party … Keep Reading…

Hallucinations in Healdsburg

We flew the coop on May 29th and bucked headwinds from King City to Gilroy.  The trees were bent 45 degrees downward, as the wind whipped their branches discouraging any bird from landing.  Doubt those trees in the Salinas Valley … Keep Reading…

First Trip and We’re Trippin”

First Trip and We’re “Trippin”       With two shots into our arms, we decided to get the wood ceilings in our house painted.  And we lucked out because our painter was available during the time we had booked our … Keep Reading…

Portland is Fine and So Are We

We made it to Portland (PDX) in good shape although very tired.  Sitting in the car for hours on end is tiring.  Worrying about COVID is tiring.  Let me give you a description of what traveling is like in the … Keep Reading…

Tahoma, Tacoma, or Rainier

The American Indians named the mountain Tahoma which translates to Snowy Mountain Peak.  And I am here to say right this minute that the name Tahoma is much more descriptive than Rainier.  Rainier was the name of a friend of … Keep Reading…

Regarding Bitterroots

If there is a better name for the Bitterroot Mountains, I don’t know what it would be.  And for those that have not traveled the Bitteroots, I suggest you consider doing so.   As we tootled along at about 50 … Keep Reading…