If you are a person of a certain age, you may remember the Sunday Drive. Those were the days when the whole family climbed into the car for the purpose of driving down the road, with no particular destination in mind, just to see what there was to see.
Simple curiosity is a lost art.
Plans. We made them. Had it all figured out. Knew exactly what we’re going to do. But you know what they say about the best laid plans of mice and men.
They often go awry…
Texas is a big place, it requires a “whole lotta” miles of driving just to get anywhere. It’s going to take us two more stops along the Rio Grande to reach the coast. The first stop is in Del Rio, Texas. I wasn’t expecting much. Boy was I wrong!
Sometimes, in life, it’s good to take some time to think about your priorities.
Really focus on what’s important.
One of the best times for soul searching, is while driving down a lonely desert road. Continue reading
Repeat after me…
“Yes sir, we are American Citizens. No sir, there is no one else in the vehicle.”
When planning where to spend St Patricks Day, the Wild West town of Tombstone Arizona is probably not at the top of the list… but maybe it should be. Continue reading
Sometimes, a drive forty miles out of the way is not only necessary but worth it!
Especially if there’s an abandoned old bridge at the end of it. Continue reading
Simplicity, Peace, Tranquility.
All attributes of our ideal life.
Achieving it was our goal before we left home for our longest trip ever, a trip around the edge of the US. Continue reading
I admit it.
I’m one of those people who would hold their nose while driving quickly past the Salton Sea, on the way to somewhere else.
Mistakes have been made.
When rushing to outrun weather it’s always a good idea to double check your reservations.