Category Archives: United States
So . . . that is all for now folks . . . we are all out of travel stories. We’ve been stuck in the U.S. since March, first in rural Wisconsin and then in Minneapolis. And, in light of … Continue reading
So….for the first time since 2018 we are having small regrets about being homeless by choice. Yes, we’ve moved yet again. In the middle of a pandemic. My parents are snow birds and it was time for them to fly … Continue reading
So….when we last wrote about Covid-19, we thought we were going to hunker down in Ecuador to ride out the Covid-19 storm. We had a large, safe and comfortable apartment and the rent was affordable. We had figured out how … Continue reading
So….we spent far too much time in the U.S. in 2019. We started with about three months in Kentucky (including quick weekends in Nashville and Louisville). As some of you know, Robert’s brother was diagnosed with cancer and we moved … Continue reading
I know, I know, you are thinking “why on earth is she talking about Christmas in February?” Well, the answer is because we post our blogs in order and we are way, way behind schedule. So, without further ado.
One of the things we enjoy when taking road trips is stopping along the way to see cheesy, corny fun stuff. And, boy, did we succeed recently. Did you know the world’s biggest covered wagon is located in Lincoln, Illinois? … Continue reading
Continuing with the theme of how weird Wisconsin can be, as we road-tripped south we stopped to see Dr. Evermor’s Forevertron in an art sculpture garden in the middle of pretty much nowhere situated back behind a place called Delaney’s … Continue reading
No, I didn’t spell that wrong. Jurustic Park and Jurassic Park are two completely different things.
One of the things growing up in Wisconsin taught me is that Wisconsin is weird. Come on, Wisconsin is home to at least two world famous serial killers. Ed Gein liked to make lampshades out of human faces and cover … Continue reading
We recently spent 10 days in Holcombe, Wisconsin vising my parents. There isn’t much to do in Holcombe besides boat and eat and drink.