Bill on September 26th, 2009

Hi, Well, let’s give it up for the Traveling Companion. Hip-Hip Hoorah! We prowled the ghost town of Nevada City yesterday and then meandered over to West Yellowstone, MT enroute to the Bear Tooth scenic highway–only to discover that a piece of the highway is closed due to construction. It was better to figure this […]

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Bill on September 25th, 2009

Hi, We finally stopped into a KOA campground last night, and were happy to do so as dusk approached. It’s sort of a lovely parking lot with all of the facilities, much the way I’d imagined. The night sky in the Middle of Nowhere, MT is quite something to see. The Traveling Companion, who has […]

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Bill on September 24th, 2009

Hi, We’ve been basking in hot springs, sleeping in a campground 25 miles off the pavement on an old logging road, lunching in a neighborhood park in Kalispell, riffing about electromagnetic anomalies with the proprietor of the Montana House of Mystery vortex and then cruising the margins of Flathead lake; Montana is pretty swell, even […]

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Bill on September 18th, 2009

Hi, I suppose that any worry I may have had about this series of missives turning into a sort of dull travelogue is ended with the fact that you’ve heard nothing from us as we crossed the high plains, traveled the length of the Colorado Rockies, trudged through the high desert or turned the corner […]

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Bill on September 7th, 2009

One feature of extended travel is that you’re always fulfilling recurring bodily requirements (eating, sleeping, and so on) in unfamiliar contexts. Those of you who read this regularly and who still travel for a living will certainly know exactly what I mean. Recently, and because of our method of travel, I’m thinking that my choices […]

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