This post is written by the darling of this quality publication, my incomparable Mother. She shares some wonderful reflections of our time together.
He’s seen the Ombabika cemetery, he’s slept in a Schefferville train station, he’s tried to bribe the Ferriday Police with maple syrup… and now our paths cross. My fellow Everywhereicans, meet Max.
In this post, Mom and I close out our time in Iowa. We visit the Anamosa Motorcycle Museum, Waterloo (place 67 of 92) and head back towards home. We nearly get washed away, see the Sistine Chapel Ceiling in spray paint and find out just what a “Waterloo Boy” is.
Welcome to the evening news with Mom and Brett. Our top story tonight is that we visited Davenport, Iowa and had a splendid time. We completed our first TV interview, made new friends and learned the most important lesson for successful travel in Iowa.
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Look out, Iowa, Mom and I have been set loose! We turn our eyes to the Hawkeye state as Chapter 4 officially begins. We have wonderful time with family, a less wonderful time with weather and reach our next song place, Oskaloosa.
An introduction to the new character in our story. I ask the tough questions, like what she would do if I were spontaneously turned into a hot dog….
This post tells the story of my seven months at home. Life and death, work and family, floods and friends, Sonic and speeches; so much happened during this time. I’ll try to summarize as best as I can.