Happy Weird Weather, all!
Don't know if this has something to do with "Global Warming," or
more likely, is just typical of
weather, but just this week, I have
been digging in the dirt in a sleeveless shirt, watched it pour warm
rain at 66 degrees, and stared at a snow covered
lake. It was pretty, but it was also pretty weird. In the time its taken
me to put this newsletter together, I've been back outside, digging in
the dirt (albeit, very muddy) again in 65+ degrees and it's supposed to
be 70 tomorrow. No doubt, I'm preaching to the choir, as it is seemingly
"weather weird" everywhere.
In the meantime, I've just been itching to
get on the road. It's been too long since I've been a site-seein'
and turning up the dust on lonely roads. As the schedule is hectic, I've
planned just a brief trip out to western
at the end of the month, wanting to
see some things I either haven't seen as a kid or haven't seen at all
(even though I grew up in
Kansas.) Though the "Land of Oz," is by far,
not one of the primary tourist destinations in the U.S., for the history
buff, it is filled with loads of tales and historic sites, from the many
pioneers that crossed these vast prairies on the