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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January 15, 2005



good decision to've seen one blizzard, you've seen them all.




I hope you'll be somewhere on my route!


um...ya know...if you need a change of scenery...I have an uninhabited apartment that you could have for the winter or even a week or two. It's not a city, but we do have beaches and snow and movies and good food and knitting company. Nantucket can be a good winter stop! OOHH!!!! Then in May or so Rachel can fly out and drive back with you to CA!!! Wow!!!! I am so brilliant!!!!! It could be the second annual trek to the rock!!!
here's hoping!!!!


Hi ... I enjoy your blog... good stories of "life on the road", and well-written! Well, I am delurking to say that I'm sorry you're giving up on Montana and a little cold weather so soon.. just think about the beautiful Spring you'll miss.. seriously, give it a whole year! Best of luck!


Photos! We must have photos of all the pretty snow...(before you go)... Glad you've reached a decision that feels right for you.


So... what? You're leaving Montana and then just not writing anymore?? What's up wit dat? Seriously? Why can't we hear about you're frenzied packing, your finishing everything on the house in one, frantic night, you're not being able to sleep because you're excited about the road? Doooode.


Enjoy your last few weeks, and give the spiders my regards. :)


what's up with the stony silence, girlie? Clue us in, we miss you... that would be the royal we, in case you were wondering...


You might think you can give up snow and cold, but once it's in your bones there's no going back.

I picked up your blog at Cumberland Island, GA and have been thrilled with your rambles thus far. I'm looking forward to the next leg of your journey!

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