Category Archives: Biographical

Western U.S. Loop: Sequoia to Kingman

Travel Date: September 26, 2018 This would prove to be our longest travel day of the trip. After breakfast we packed up at John Muir Lodge in Kings Canyon and crossed over into the adjacent Sequoia National Park, then down … Continue reading

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Blog tweak

Sitting around with a broken leg makes be bored. I’m reading like crazy; but I can’t read 16 hours a day. So, I thought I’d try my hand at updating the header photo(s) that appear in my blog. Usually for … Continue reading

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Route 66 Day 21 – Edwardsville, IL to Lincoln, IL

May 14, 2015 Today marks our 3rd full week on the road; we are getting so close to Chicago but still a couple of days to go. This was a pretty short travel day in comparison with some others but … Continue reading

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Summer 2013 – Where have I been?

Wow; I just noticed I haven’t posted anything since late June. July, August and September was a combination of good and bad. In July we got to go to Chicago by train (!) to visit Andrew and HenriĆ«t and help … Continue reading

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Background and Introduction

Introduction My name is Howard; my wife (Carla) and I are planning a road trip on part of Route 66 this summer. We live in Portland, Oregon. We’ll start by driving to Santa Monica, California for the start and then … Continue reading

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