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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July 01, 2004


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Don't forget to ramble yourself west (of MT, that is), too. Glad you're home safe.


Anxiously awaiting the "Bethany Writing" blog. Because you must keep writing like this. Please?


Glad your home safe but still with those travelling eyes wide open. To realise it's home but to see its difference is a gift you must try to hold closely to your heart as out of the seeing and feeling can only come writing as descriptive, evocative and personal as this post which is the kind of writing that will touch many other hearts. Is 'Bethany Rambling' going to be a 'road book'? Filled with description and feeling like this I'd be first in the que to buy it and I have a feeling the que would be a long one.
Enjoy the homecoming, the planning for Montanna and showers every day ha-ha but most of all keep get bigger with the opening.


timing is get home just as Steve and I are leaving on our own road trip, albeit a snack instead of a whole meal...heading for the Great Lakes itinerary, no known destination except, well,'s a horizon thing I much as I appreciate the beauty of the mountains, I do get a bit claustrophobic and neeeeddd water and the sky...think I'll find that there..happy you're home, happy for your next adventure, love you lots, mj


Glad you made it safely and thanks for all the great writing from the road. Hope you'll keep posting to let us know wherever your mind is rambling before heading to Montana...


Bethany, your writing is so funny and amazing and inspirational and RIGHT ON so often. Please keep up the blog! We would miss you!

And happy homecoming!

Joan in Reno

Trips are wonderful, but so is coming home, counting the miles and the increasingly familiar sights. And I have even been to New Cuyama, that's a name difficult to forget. I love places like that. Keep us posted as the adventure continues.

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