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March 02, 2015

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wendy morone

I love this story! I can just picture her. I had a Great Aunt Hazel in Huntington,West Virginia who was similar. Powerful women in that era(pre-feminist) fascinate me.I am definitely "with you" on this. AS I mentioned, I have been planning my US Road Trip for about five years. I have relatives and friends sprinkled over the country and Facebook has helped me reconnect with childhood, high school, college, and young adulthood friends to crop in on. Camping will be a must. So, when BCPS finally wears us out, we will gleefully hit the road for at least a year. Read Blue Highways by William Least Heat Moon. Not the same idea exactly but similar. Thanks for a great blog read.

Carley

Love this story...you know you have a place to stay in Texas on your trek across the country. Although I warn you now I am not walking a few miles to get you beer.

Maureen

I want to go!!!

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