SPONSORED/ UNPAIDQuick: 5 images that sum up a circumnavigation of the US. Is that even possible?
On 3/26/2014, I embarked on a road trip art project to drive around the perimeter of the US. I planned to document it by time-lapse captures out the passenger side. [Which I did, but the footage makes me nauseous, and I still can't deal with it]. There were 34 days of actual driving the route, and an additional 28 days of social detours, including my 40th high school reunion:
|We are all almost 60 in 2014, and we are looking good!|
|Meet my good friend Blueberry Pie!|
This was the evidence of my meet-up with Connie at Pannikin Coffee & Tea in Encinitas, CA.
She wrote about it better than I ever did!
|Patti is represented by a sunset of her home town on the Florida coast.|
Again, Patti said it better!
|With Joyatri at Veggie Galaxy in Cambridge, MA.|
Linking up with Shelbee's On the Edge of the Week
|Here I am after meeting up with Citizen Rosebud. |
I'm wearing a purple scarf that she gave me and I'm posing with Seattle lilacs
(which I had been pursuing since the stay with my mom back in early May -- her's hadn't bloomed yet).
I'm sure Bella wrote about the meet-up, but I can't find it.
In 2019, I'll have another school reunion to drive to.
(My high school is Emma Willard, in Troy, NY, a private girls' prep school).
This time, I plan to circumnavigate Canada (plus Alaska)!
|(Just roughly plotted this. OMG, what am I thinking!!!!)|
Link and tell!