One thing that is apparent after an 8000 mile road trip in eighteen days is that, while the outside of the car looks the same once you run it through a car wash, it is on the inside of the car that the real mileage shows.
And, we pick up where we left off: arriving to Detroit. We’re almost halfway through! Not that we want it to go by quickly… One of the little… let’s say… “inconveniences” of Mini Takes the States is the queue times. Whoa is me, poor first world problem, driving across the country, etc, but… but every morning
It takes no leash to hold a dog under a shade tree. Starting days cheered onto the track (this time at Richmond). And onward… So far we’ve made it up the eastern seaboard and turned left for west. It would be a travesty to visit this area of the country without visiting Gettysburg… …and the
I have a propensity to do rather outlandish things. And by outlandish, I do not mean “wild” or “unruly.” I just mean… outlandish. Unusual. Possibly idiosyncratic. I’ve never really done anything with the expressed purpose to be different – such as wear intentionally different clothing or cut my hair a certain way or subscribe to some counter-culture