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Tag Archives: road-trip
Hilahila au to da max. No can believe I’ve ignored my poor litto bloggie for so long. In many ways, it’s been a really difficult year, but I gotta pau this road trip! The last time I wrote was back … Continue reading
Well, I just finished going back and redoing all the photos from Da Mystery Road Trip Revealed from 2009. I decided that I wasn’t happy with having all our photos messed up like that; and I’d worked too darn hard … Continue reading
K’den. We’re still following the Snake River heading makai (towards the sea) and will soon be turning south.
Ai yah!! No can believe how long it’s been!! Let’s go back to Idaho, okay? When I left off last time, we were heading south on Highway 95 and had stopped at Mary McCroskey State Park and taken a walk … Continue reading
This one is in Utah, before Ogden. Suzette and Owen are back in Colorado, and this time I didn’t get to ride shotgun with them because I was gone almost all day long. Bummahs, yeah? But Suzette sent me a few … Continue reading
Well, we salted the curve, and I came back to riding shotgun. How do we do that? I drive the car and Nolemana sits on the tailgate and tosses out the salt. It’s not easy for him as I go uphill … Continue reading
Let’s see…where were we? I texted Suzette: “Have you gotten to Creston Junction yet?” Her reply: “Passed”. Rats. I missed them again. I asked if they’d gotten to Sinclair yet, and she said no. They crossed the Continental Divide again … Continue reading
E kala mai Numbah Two. Iʻm so far behind on my posts that I had to go back to Part Thirty-Eight so see what Iʻd written. There I saw that Iʻd missed uploading the last photo. Sheesh. So I got … Continue reading
Weʻre now heading South into the Palouse Country. Mountains have given way to rolling hills and cloudy, but lovely, skies.