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'm a stressed-out lawyer traveling North America in a tiny camper, one quirky stop after another.
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
Here’s a very quick synopsis. I got a new battery and a new fan. The fan’s name is Fran. Just kidding – that was for you, Lisa Barciszewski! I saw … Continue reading Day 7 revisited
Don’t believe it when people say the South has the most hospitable people. It’s a lie. The most generous, most welcoming people live in Helena, Montana. Robin Shropshire and her … Continue reading Day 7: Helena, MT
On Day 6, Jenn and I left the Tetons and drove through Yellowstone into Montana. The road ran along a river where we saw a family of elk, a bunch … Continue reading Day 6: On License Plates and Blizzards
I had no idea why I’m using NASA references. I made it. Over 2,000 miles, 40+ hours of driving, numerous casualties, but it was worth it to see this today: … Continue reading Day 5a: Splashdown
I’m starting to think this trip was a really, really stupid idea. There have been casualties. First, my Ring doorbell got jostled off the camper on the washboard roads of … Continue reading Day 4: Houston, ….
I like Iowa as much as I hate Missouri but after I tell you about Iowa, you’ll wonder why. Me, too. I ditched the interstates (thank you again, Patrick Wilson) … Continue reading Day 3: Iowa > Missouri
Driving across Indiana and Missouri with kayaks on your roof is like sailing in the desert – the hot wind is intense and the kayaks turn into sails that try … Continue reading Day 2: In Madonna’s footsteps
36 hours. That’s how long I can go without a shower and without human or dog interaction. It’s how long I can subsist on MilkDuds. It’s also the width of … Continue reading 36 hours
You all missed so much excitement today! Ok, not really but I survived my first day as a nomad and learned that planning a drive like this is kind of … Continue reading Day 1: Not as advertised