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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August 13, 2004



Okay. I'm homesick now. I now officially miss Montana. Grr.


The best bad thing? O.M.G. The thing that made me GRIN?
"I can take out a sink"...neener, neener.
You GO, girl!
Do see Glacier. Words can barely describe it.
When the Hurricane force winds die down, I'll send you another Care Package.


What kind of hand prints...human or!!!? :0)

So your new business cards are going to read
The All Round Creative Human Camper and
Plumbing-Photographing-Blog Posting-
All things attempted few abandoned many succeses.

Watching, waving and sending many good wishes.


I've just caught up on the Montana posts. Whew! You've been busy! I hadn't realized that your lent space for the winter was going to require such effort on your part to make it livable. Although some of it sounds creepy and scary (I'd be cowering, too, if I had to enter that root cellar)...all of it is entertaining. :)


hey girl,

again, you are my hero! sounds like you've had a challenging few weeks. good luck! glad you're back.


Ah, I see you've encountered what I call "rural health insurance" already. I can think of more than five such events since moving here 3 1/2 years ago, and I'm sure there were more that didn't make it to my radar.

I still think it's cool living in a neighborly place, even when I'm feeling a mite too *watched*.

D-W's comment ROCKED.

Joan in Reno

Wow! You need a job as well as all of your work renovating, etc. I hope you are getting all parts paid for and something for all of that work besides a "free" place to stay. And I loved D-W's calling card; you *must* print some up. Your Montana adventures are making me very envious. And your description of your neighbors is so typical of those very small boonie wide spots in the road (their narrow breadth of mind/thinking are the main drawback). Sounds like you will have an "interesting" winter.

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