I’m home. My dog is thrilled. One of my cats won’t stop yelling at me and the other has yet to surface. I’m worn out but it’s a good exhaustion. … Continue reading Your Questions, Part 2
I'm a stressed-out lawyer traveling North America in a tiny camper, one quirky stop after another.
I really wanted to get home tonight but Asheville was the best I could do. I’m overnight parking (🙄🙄 whatever) at a Cracker Barrel for the night, then driving the … Continue reading Your Questions: The Mighty Version
Ok, more total honesty for you all – when you buy a tiny camper, you buy into a subculture that you never knew existed. At the beginning I thought, “I’ll … Continue reading Boondocking Explained
He’s killing me but part of me is starting to enjoy Mighty’s company. A really, really small part The first night I baited a humane trap with cheddar cheese. Every … Continue reading Stockholm Syndrome
I love Canada – its people, its devotion to preserving its natural beauty, its love for casinos and whiskey – but I was happy to get back to the States. … Continue reading Back in the US!
He’s still in the car. After about a day and a half at the Waterslide Ramada in High River, Alberta, I left the hotel to find dinner. Instead I found … Continue reading Mighty Mouse Survives
I’m stuck in High River, Alberta, for a second night, waiting for the roads in Montana to clear. As it turns out, High River is a popular place to film … Continue reading Stranded
Burns wrote, “The best laid plans of mice and men oft go awry.” Oh, Mr. Burns, you have no idea. First, the mouse part. Bev and I removed everything from … Continue reading Ode to Robert Burns
[Author’s note: Please read this with music from your favorite cops show in your head. I recommend CSI or NCIS.] No pictures today because I’m at a visitor’s centre (yep, … Continue reading Days 15, et al.: No clue what day it is but we have a mystery.
I write and post from my phone so I’m dependent on good cell service and internet. The farther north I go, the less often those things all come together. So, … Continue reading Days 12 and 13: Waterton and Banff
I woke up at illegal campsite #1 in the snow-engulfed east side of Glacier National Park. Bev and I tried to drive into the park at two different entrances but … Continue reading Day 11: O Canada!
First, the good. My cousin Beverly arrived from Tucson! Bev laughs more easily and more fully than anyone I’ve known. She loves God passionately and sees Him in everything. She’s … Continue reading Days 8, 9, and 10: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly