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BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK: LAND OF SOLITUDE

Sometimes, in life, it’s good to take some time to think about your priorities.

Really focus on what’s important.

One of the best times for soul searching, is while driving down a lonely desert road. 1,715 more words

Photography

SECRETS OF BORDER SECURITY REVEALED

Repeat after me…

“Yes sir, we are American Citizens. No sir, there is no one else in the vehicle.”  1,466 more words

Travel

Petting Zoo

Probably the earliest known photo of Carl on a road trip, April 1965 (age 2). Per the notation on the slide, we’re somewhere along the… 38 more words

Exploration

Aliens in California, Giant Watermelon in Utah with Zeb and Soapy Smith Duck

Arriving in Baker, California we see the world’s tallest thermometer.

This thermometer is 134 feet tall and was turned on October 9, 1992.     Our moms are still looking on Roadside America, so we will be seeing the unusual in Baker.   561 more words

Hitting the Road Instead of the Books (p1)

Nobody thought I would actually do it. I was 15 when I decided that this was my plan. I’d just bought my very first car- a 1969 Volkswagen Bus for $2,800- and was saving up every dollar I earned to fix him up. 586 more words

American

Uncanny America: Day 7

Guest Blog from Eliza Thomas, the Folk Whisperer.

This blog is intended to be a true(ish) account of a road-trip taken from Asheville to San Francisco, early November, 2017. 979 more words

Extraordinary Places

Uncanny America: Day 6

Guest Blog from Eliza Thomas, the Folk Whisperer.

This blog is intended to be a true(ish) account of a road-trip taken from Asheville to San Francisco, early November, 2017. 752 more words