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straddling the border of two states, and even the boundary line of a time zone, rests the hoover dam. the mammoth of human construction is used primarily for diverting water to 8 million people, and a million acres of farmland … Continue reading
jeff told me that no one would be at the grand canyon, that november is off-season, and that the canyon would not be crowded at all. i found out why november is off-season, when it started snowing on my head. … Continue reading
Ever since we left St. Louis we’ve been following the shadow of Route 66. “Historic Route 66”, the signs read. While we barrel along the two-lane Highway 40, trying not to get hit by 18-wheeled trucks, crossing state borders in … Continue reading
highlights from day two: blasting nelly when we drove into st. louis. pappy’s BBQ, the best barbeque on the face of the planet earth – past, present, or future. riding to the top of the gateway arch. touching the mighty … Continue reading
jeff and i left Pittsburgh today — and left behind a heaping pile of garbage bags on the sidewalk in front of an empty house, a plume of burnt rubber smoke, and two little birds flying out the rolled down … Continue reading
this song gave me chicken skin, chilly, spine tingly, warm shivers on a cold rainy pittsburgh afternoon.