Obviously if you travel the border a lot you know this, but there are some “innocent”, “I had no idea” situations which could really screw things up for you now, and in the future. Border Guards: Are FEDERAL
I hit the road from Kansas City at about 8am, coffee in hand with REAL milk, not that powder crap. (I always buy a small milk pint thing, and sometimes 1 bag of ice, depending on how long a
I’d driven through Malibu a few times but never really stopped. I don’t know anybody there. The one time I did stop to check it out, I couldn’t find a parking spot. I pulled into a small “Mall” (Dume?)
U2 released “The Joshua Tree” and featured an actual “tree’ on their cover. Obviously they didn’t identify exactly WHICH tree for fear it would be ..harmed. I admire that. An hour or so north of Palm Springs, southern California
“Keep it weird” is Portland, Oregon’s unofficial slogan. I love it and yes, it IS weird. Recently they allowed people to pump their own gas? I assume this had something to do with keeping employment, but odd to me.
Christmas came upon me like a …. (sorry, can’t think of the proper adjectives). I had had a LONG drive trip (#4 through Florida) but purposely timed it for Gainesville, Fla, home of Tom Petty, just because I wanted
(The following was written at a time on the road with a bit “grrr” – but not to be mistaken for the people or experience with them. Just grumpy at the time – I decided to leave it as
Years back I went to England and Scotland with my (then) girlfriend. She had relatives there (who were awesome), but 2 weeks later I came back home and realized I hadn’t actually seen 1 Beatle thing! I’m a HUGE
“Agnostic” is a good word to get yourself out of an uncomfortable conversation. It sounds “rightly so”, is a ‘title’ or ‘category’ beyond ‘atheist’, but most don’t really understand its meaning – including me. That’s why I use it.
It happens every time. I get 2 or 3 days into a road-trip. Day 1, I am still a bit freaked about ‘where I have to be’, ‘where I am’, and ‘looking over my shoulder’ (after the usual, 12