Elvis anyone?

(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

Some road in England …

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

Agnosticism!

“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.

A significant ‘hug’.

She said “34 C” or some such freeway exit into her home in this large U.S. city. (Not the one pictured.) Well, I stupidly take “34- B” by accident and figure “oh well, I’ll just drive another mile or

Hotels Schmotels

On the road for about 5 hours, just inching into “somewhere” Alabama, I pulled over to  ‘spit-in-the-bucket’ corner store under the freeway to get a 6-pack and ask if there were a place to stay. “It’s Sunday! We don’t

To go or not to go. (Would you?)

You are visiting a town or city where a terrible tragedy had taken place days before. Do you go see? Or not. There are two camps on this question. Many would see it as “not a tourist site” and

“It’s not THAT big!”

I’m not sure why, but ALL FOUR of the only, world-record-holding “Balls of twine” are in the U.S. What’s with Lithuania? Where are the Scandinavian ‘Twine ballers’? Largest built by a community – Cawker City, Kansas. (I think they’re

How do you “borrow” a space shuttle?

If you’re at all interested in ‘space stuff’, you GOTTA spend a day at Kennedy Space Center, Orlando, Florida. Pricey, lots of line-ups – but worth it. To see s Saturn V rocket (in actual size kids), you take