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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October 24, 2004

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cindy

the novelty will wear off when you're cold and wet for no good reason. You should be able to walk around without freezing and then thawing to find yourself wetter than a fish. I like to ski, but I also like getting in my car, with a heater, and driving back to my snow free home. Sorry, I really dislike cold. Love ya and my baby tree! ~Cindy

Ann

My Weather Pixie is frequently underdressed. I don't know; I'm not sure here momma raised her right.

We got snow in the mountains last night, and a hard frost down here. I slipped on the frost when I took Miss Puppy out.

caroline

Stay warm, chica! Am thinking of you up there in the lovely tundra...so perfect for curling up and knitting.
It's 85 in the shade here. But down to 70 in the morning. My kingdom for a weekend with fireplace and snow. Hugs!

amy

Snow is good in my opinion.. for about a week and then the novelty wears off :) Was raised in a snowy part of the province and now live in one where snow is a treat. I especially love it when it snows on Cmas eve and melts by NYE night. Just seems right.

Enjoyed reading about your latest ramble..

maryse

my weather pixie dresses like a tramp no matter what the weather.

mmm snow, don't think i'm emotionally ready for that quite yet.

Marilyn

"...two Snickers and only half the message." Hee!

Snow? Mmmm, don't think so (especially after 5 years in the tropics!) Purty to look at (and we'll be an easy drive to Tahoe and Reno when we get Stateside) but I don't think I could live in it. But a nice winter in Montana? I can see how you'd find that appealing. I remember how excited I got the few times it snowed during my Portland years...especially after 20 years in the Bay Area. So enjoy it while you have it!

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