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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February 07, 2004

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Michelle

Bethany, I'm so glad you saw the armadillos! Cumberland Island is the only place I've ever seen a live armadillo. (I've seen many of them dead along Texas roads though) I posted a picture back in January of me and my kid on the beach at Cumberland. Take a look if you wish. http://www.fibernation.com/small_town_living/2004/01/the_cold_contin.html

Theresa

You KNOW you are the coolest! When they decide to make your book into a movie, I think I want Ashley Judd to play me, okay? Because I know a trip to my house will figure prominently into the story. Still no PO Box yet?

maryse

yea -- get a p.o. box. i'd send you stuff. really i would. wait a bit before venturing north for the lobster boat job though. today it went up to 40 degrees here in boston. it was balmy.

buck up kiddo. perfect strangers are cheering you on. by the way, i'm mohair too. a little itchy but i really thought i would end up being acrylic or something.

Kara

I'm mohair too. See, we're close at heart, even if we're far apart! (he, he) Is mohair the same as totally corny?

amy

Glad to hear you made it to the Island! Sounds like my kind of adventure.. Too kewl you met up with another adventurer. And you HAVE to continue your journey, I am sure there are rough spots but this is a trip you will probably never re-do and never regret...

I am Merino... "You are Merino Wool. You are very easygoing and sweet. People like to keep you close because you are so softhearted. You love to be comfortable and warm from your head to your toes. " Awh.. They sure have the comfy part right, this is a woman who lives in jeans and sweats, yeah!

Mandy

Bethany, your blog is awesome, and I totally admire your guts for the adventure you are having. What a wonderful description of your day, it was so vivid. As for Canadians and our trepidatious (is that a word?) views on your travels, we hear all the time up here about how *dangerous* the States are - I have a male friend living in Colorado who travels alone and I worry about him too! :)

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