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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March 19, 2004


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Stunning, indeed!
WRITE ON, Bethany....
I blame you for my giggles today. I HAD TO buy a tee shirt on my trip with the daughter bird. It's purple and flowery and organic cotton. Only ONE WORD on the front. Makes me giggle everytime I even think about it...and it is your fault....
I.DA.HO...giggle. SEE? I can't even TYPE it.


Hey Bethany. It's true -- will all the real kitschy stuff be gone one day and replaced by a mix of blandness and ironic self-conscious kitschy stuff? Shudder. I hope not. And I hope you continue to find the real treasures out there, even if you have to hit a dead end from time to time. :)


Sad all those old time treasures are slowly being 'upgraded' or simply closed down and forgotten... But so much to see out there no matter where you are and glad to hear you are out there searching for adventures for yourself.. Such a great journey you are on, mark my words someday you will be mighty glad you did this jaunt! (My 'jaunt' in my early 20's was up north... waaaaaay up north to the Yukon to make my fortune during a summer break from University. A trip you should consider!! ;)


so, you say in a previous post that you are not sure what you want to do with your life when you get back, but I think whatever you do you should be a writer. partly because you already are a damn good one. take care of yourself and talk to you soon (and really think about wearing that helmet when you ride the scooter, I mean really think hard. just cause. probably a good idea is all.)


They are not all gone-are they? I saw several interesting ones when I travelled cross country in 1992. The world's largest twine ball still exists. And there will always be Graceland and the Big Texan--home of the free 72oz steak!

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