Beth Visits America


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  • Come see what Beth's up to! She's living in her pickup truck (lovingly known as Tach), and rambling the byways and backroads of America. When she has money, that is. When she runs out, she stops and gets a job until she can drive on again. Stop in here, add your comments, and wish her the best. And heck, if you have a driveway, can she sleep in it?

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September 29, 2003

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Wayne Mann

Several things, if you get back to Montana, you
may wish to go see the beginning of the Missouri
River.

When you get to Kansas, you may wish to see the
Kansas Pyramids in Gove County near Quinter,
which is a neat little town.

Finally, when needing a place to spend the night,
and nothing seems available, consider a Hospital
parking lot. Many even have guards, but even
without, should be about as safe as you could
find.

I just remembered Wyoming, but assume you've
been there already? If not, look for the cars
planted on their nose!

While in South Dakota, a neat town is Ipswitch. And when you get to Nebraska,
check out Hays Springs, its where the movie that was made about the girl and her
father that were hustlers was filmed. I cannot think of the names right now. Damn!
Don't get old, your memory may be the first to go, but I can't remember for sure!
;<)

Wayne Mann

Several things, if you get back to Montana, you
may wish to go see the beginning of the Missouri
River.

When you get to Kansas, you may wish to see the
Kansas Pyramids in Gove County near Quinter,
which is a neat little town.

Finally, when needing a place to spend the night,
and nothing seems available, consider a Hospital
parking lot. Many even have guards, but even
without, should be about as safe as you could
find.

I just remembered Wyoming, but assume you've
been there already? If not, look for the cars
planted on their nose!

While in South Dakota, a neat town is Ipswitch. And when you get to Nebraska,
check out Hays Springs, its where the movie that was made about the girl and her
father that were hustlers was filmed. I cannot think of the names right now. Damn!
Don't get old, your memory may be the first to go, but I can't remember for sure!
;<)

krysteee

my hat my hat I'm trying not to think about my hat....impossible!! I just keep thinking about it.

You can give it to me when I come to visit you in December if you want. Or, and I say this in the spirit of generous sisterdom, you can keep it and I can just borrow it. and maybe it will inspire me to make my own hat.

I had heard the Crazy Horse thingie was supposed to be more inspiring than the giant heads. just shows to go ya. did you re-enact the Hitchcock fantasy? i.e., did you climb up to the tops of the heads and then scramble down to the bottom, pretending you were Eva Saint Marie being chased by a murderous art collector? how did she do that in one of those little tight-waisted dresses from the 50s? that's what I wanna know. maybe it helped to be able to cling to the manly Cary Grant. oh boy. talk about your Hitchcock fantasies....

miss you and talk to ya soon -Krysteeee

Bethany

I would've, but I didn't want to pay. Or get arrested. I probably would have broken Linc's nose off and had to pay reparations for the rest of my life.

Wayne - was it Paper Moon? Unfortunately I am already past that town, but everything out here looks like that movie anyway. Saw Carhenge - I'll write about it. Hospital parking lots are great! I got that tip from a buddy, and they are a mainstay now, if I can't find anything else, I can always follow the H signs.

Oh and Christy - you're hat is in the mail! Yay! Happy Birthday!

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