Here we are in Louisiana, the Big Easy, though things are anything but. We’ve been rained on, bug bitten, and otherwise assaulted by Gulf Coast weather, though we are at least ending things on a good note. Or really, things aren’t ending so much as they are changing. We had a vague plan for Kate … Continue reading The Final Miles?
This weekend finds us in Florida, staying with friends, and dealing with the huge change in climate and geography. We’ve left the mountains, left the cool nights, and transitioned through the mossy parts of Georgia and into the genuine swamps and humid air of Florida. But we last left off in Asheville, NC, so let’s … Continue reading The Journey South
We last left off this chronicle in Iowa, but time keeps on marching and we now find ourselves in New Jersey, just a few miles from the Atlantic Ocean. The roads in between have brought new views and adventures as well as some monotony, but things only improved as we kept moving east. Well, except … Continue reading And Then Came The East Coast
The Midwest is generally called “the flyover states” because they are flat, featureless, and mostly filled with corn. And while there is a lot of corn, there is quite a bit more. Both of my parents are from Iowa too, which gives me some excuses to stop and look around. But first we had to … Continue reading Crossing the Midwest