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?

Beth's 100 Things

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November 23, 2003



You know, I was exactly your age when I first saw snow fall and found out that there really WERE snowflakes in snowflakes. I was wearing a long blue woolen coat, and I just stared and stared at them on my sleeves, not wanting to breathe on them. It was magic. I think it's awesome we discovered this at the age where it can become a permanent memory of discovery (and not at, say, three). I was knocked OUT. xox


You two are so cute.

I talked to my mom yesterday and she told me how much it snowed. It sounds heavenly and beautiful.


Hmmm. I haven't lived around snow now going on my fourth year. Prior, I lived around it all my life. I do miss the first few days when it is still so pristine. Don't miss the dirty, salty or sandy mess after that. Keep the underside of your truck hosed off, or run it through the auto carwash occasionaly. Wouldn't want Tach to get a rusty butt! Cheers & All the Best!!


Enjoy the holiday snow for me - it'll be in the 50's and raining here in South Carolina. Sigh.


Oh, I miss snow! It sounds lovely.

About your break-in the other day, Bethany, I just wanted to say YOU KEEP A THOUSAND CDs IN YOUR CAR, YOU LUNATIC?


In response to Alison: I have nowhere else to keep my CDs! Things go missing in the hostel, and it's not like I could have left them somewhere prior to my trip. I can't live without my music for that long! Yes, I have a problem. It's like crack - I can't stop buying them. And I listen to them all! I went through them to see what I could sell... nothing!

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