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The Open Road

“The Open Road,” written and recorded by John Hiatt in 2010. John Hiatt (acoustic and electric guitar, vocals), Doug Lancio (electric guitar), Patrick O’Hearn (bass),  51 more words


The Open Road

How I long to be self-sufficient and free – an explorer in uncharted territory, a cowboy on the open range, a vagabond with nowhere in particular to go – traveling without schedules, reservations, or connections, having responsibilities to no one but myself and my companion.  70 more words


Life's a Trip - When Work is Play

This is the 4th in the Life’s a Trip series.

The American Dream isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.  A house with a two-car garage and a nice yard in the suburbs is not what everybody wants.   926 more words

Life On The Road

Bookheathen Interview - M.M. Holaday

I’m pleased to welcome to by blog M.M. Holaday, author of The Open Road, to be published this week by Five Star, a division of Cengage Learning. 1,517 more words
Historical Fiction


We arrived in Cincinnati, the “Queen City” in the afternoon on September 11, 2016. The room we rented from Airbnb for the night was located on a very hilly street. 1,081 more words


Wheels with Wings

March 19th, 2017

I am gazing out our bug splattered windshield at the long stretch of highway 60 before me. I am thinking that the neutural grey-green shrubs blend well on the open space of the high desert we are driving through. 517 more words


Road trips… we all dream about them right? We are constantly supplied with images of these barren, hot, lengthy strips of asphalt road into what appears to be, the exciting and intriguing mountainous distance of the American wilderness. 1,951 more words

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