Those types of tales puts me in mind of Paul Theroux's "The Old
Patagonian Express", wherein he tells the tale of traveling by train
from Boston to Patagonia. To this day my favorite travel anthology, and
author of same.
I took a decidedly unauthorized trip to Mexico City at the age of 16
Later, it took me three years to make it around the world, twice ... the
wanderlust remains unquenched, and that over 40 years ago.
Basically, with the last kid now out of college, I wouldn't have turned
down the job as Luigi's navigator. :)
On Thu, 12 Nov 2009 12:43:49 -0600, the infamous Swingman
Yeah, but he already HAS a winch.
You know, in about 40 years, we'll have literally thousands of
OLD LADIES running around with TATTOOS, and Rap Music will be
the Golden Oldies. Now that's SCARY! --Maxine
Looking at the truck, I was reminded of Steinbecks's "Travels with
Charley". I recall it being an amusing read, although I don't
remember all that much about it.
I did remember Steinbeck's truck with that same style of old camper on
it, and thought of it immediately when I saw it in the photo.
sailor. A month-long trip around Vancouver Island cured me of that
So you pay homage to the great god Ralph for the first two days of
each passage heh?
You wouldn't be the first or last<G>.
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