Without planning Kurt and I dodged the mid-Atlantic coastal flooding from the nor’easter storm at the end of October. Instead we camped out in the
Connecticut This segment began with Connecticut. I found this small Northeast state much like the rest. Winding, tangled roads, old gnarled hardwoods, stone walls stacked
Maine and New Hampshire were quickly left behind. Driving across the meat of New Hampshire I watched the color return to the houses passing by.
Five of Five Great Lakes The New York State Forest we camped in could’ve been a forest anywhere except it sang differently through the night.
Road: 2021-2022 September 19-21 Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York Michigan That first bit of road grime feel hits your face at about four hours
We crawled and creeped through the Badlands. A magical land of giant clay globs in red, grey and yellow. Bison lumbering on grassy knolls. Chunky
We camped on the side of a cliff again. This time at the edge of the plains and the Badlands. The wind is whipping and
Then water became the most important thing. Drinking water, of course, was no issue. Our land is abundant with stores stocked with jugs of water.
Somewhere on road in the last weeks the heaviness of depression slipped off my shoulders and I began trying to live (again)(mental health is a