Only 10 hours of driving today so I woke up late, got breakfast and set out on the road. 680 miles later I am staying with my friend Ricky a grad student at Purdue University.
Today’s highlights were similar to yesterday’s. I did however drive across the Mississippi. As I drove across I contemplated the rivers significance to the country’s development. It was a lifeline that carried exports from The Great Plains to New Orleans, The Gulf of Mexico and out to the world.
It is no wonder the British continued to fight for the Port of New Orleans after the War of 1812 was over.
Only one more day of driving left.
I do Not know what i am doing right now, school was suppose to be out by now
Being you is the best thing you can be.
I am bob
Sunset over a cornfield in Indiana.
I found this invitation in my email, but for the life of me I cannot recall the purpose or intent of this service. Nice interface mixed with intrigue.
Nice to kick my feet back with a little family history.
Your move, grasshopper...
The colors of Lafayette's bountiful harvest.
My eyes on the world, filled with wide wonder.