Belly, belly good

One thing about New York that is instantly evident in com­par­ison to the mid-western towns we’ve been passing through is the quality of the food, although we did have one excel­lent example of unusu­ally good road food in a little town called Le Claire on the...

Deadwood Country

In a par­allel world, where I was still with hawk_eye , or if I were a world trav­eler like mer­ovingian , I would have more details for you of the self who split off from me as we made the decision to go down I-90 to Rapid...

The great American roadtrip

Spent today in Yel­low­stone National Park. Mostly it was closed – we missed it by a couple of days, as it closed for the season November 5. Apo­lo­gies to all in Seattle we failed to see (espe­cially bevsob : I was really hoping to say bye before we left...

Protected: And we’re off again…

To dis­tract us from the wait of doom (the Aus­tralian gov­ern­ment has all of the inform­a­tion they need and we’re just waiting for them to inter­view Doug and give him a visa), we’re doing a farewell lap of the US. First we’re heading north. I’d...

The only way to travel

Our last day in Cuzco was the day of the national census. To our aston­ish­ment, everything was closed. We had planned to get a bus to Maras, a taxi to Moray and then a bus back to Chinchero for the Sunday market. With no buses run­ning, we ended up...