I am blessed to have friends everywhere. Literally. Every. Where. I’m often asked to be the guest of these friends for a day or two, a week or three, a month or even longer. I’ve stayed with friends in New
I gotta get back into the swing of things here. This once-a-month posting stuff has to stop. Like right now. I’ve always said that this blog is my stream of consciousness. And when I don’t write, it feels like my
When I think back on how I caught the travel bug, two, well, three separate incidents pop into my mind. Two of them I remember; one I can only surmise because I was just a wee person and too young
I really enjoy meeting new people. To me, strangers are just friends I haven’t met yet. These days, a few of the ways I connect with new friends on the road include introductions made by current friends; coffee/lunch/dinner/etc. with a
As I sit in my little trailer, I can hear the band playing as loud as if it’s just a hundred feet up the road from me. The words to the song Kansas City have been altered to reflect where
Words no one ever wants to hear! My walk this morning took me about a mile down the road from Mittry Lake where Li’l Homey is still parked. As I walk, I’m heading south… the sun is to my left.
Another trip to Los Albondigas, I mean, Los Algodones… damn. I just can’t get that straight! I guess I just really like albondigas soup. It was a regular Friday event in my life for many years – the little local