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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June 16, 2004

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Daisy-Winifred

Well, it is dark here as I write so I'll be able to hug my backroad without anyone catching me 'at it' but I imagine you in broad daylight and it makes me giggle.
Just in case I've forgotten to say...THANK YOU for letting me travel the road with you, bunk up in hostel or car park and revel in the sights sounds and smells of places I will almost certainly never have the opportunity to visit in the flesh - oh back to hugging back roads again :0)
May your Lava Bread be crisp, your Bara Brith be moist and your Leeks long a green! Old Welsh Greeting, not.

caroline

you found it! you found it! was it Bruce's version of Walking in Memphis???
Oh, girl, you did it up great!

caroline

P.S. you are, too, cool and hip... in fact, you are soooo cool and hip that Elvis Costello's glasses fog up when he reads your blog...

amy

WOW... your description almost makes me want to GO to Graceland.. (never before considered...ever!) It would be rather cool though, read the book his ex 'wrote' and be fun to see it now that you have given it the thumbs up...

Do tell, what is the signifigance of the scratch on the pool table?!

Kathleen

Did you see how his name was spelled wrong on the tombstone? Is he alive? Really? I loved Graceland (wrote Gracieland first time). We had drinks at the Peabody Hotel as well. Did you make it to the Grand Ole' Opry?

Marilyn

Loved your description of Graceland. I've never been (never felt compelled to)...but if it's THAT'S 70's, I just might have to. My mother once house-sat a fabulous house high in the Hollywood Hills. Well, fabulous from the OUTSIDE. When I visited her there, I told her it seemed like 'Graceland in earth tones.' So I might have to check the real deal to see how it measures up.

Have really enjoyed reading about your journeys.

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