hehe... balanced rock ....
was probably nice to stop and rest and walk on path anyway, so I'll keep my eyes peeled for interesting stuff.
I'll bring my cool canon powershot S10, which cost me like $ 1,000 and was worth about $ 10 less than a year later.
If the batteries stay chaged for more than a couple days ( they suck ) I will get some sight-seeing pics...
got delayed here... am down to my last few square feet of space to pack stuff... and have to decide what not to take...
looks like the bose speakers are history...as well as almost all books. plus, rolling tool boxes, all furniture, and tons of other stuff.
BUT, am taking those notebooks I made for " editing " and all DVD's related to that stuff (and programs ).... including your soundFX stuff...
As you travel this great nation, and stop in to explore Americana, if you here THIS music, leave in haste, and do not look back!
Actually, I love to travel by auto, and especially if I do not absolutely have to be somewhere, at a particular time. I was always a push-over for a "road trip," and initiated many.
When we were first married (too long ago to cite), wife worked 3 - 11 shifts, which usually actually went till Midnight. She worked 5 - 6 weeks straight, often with double-shifts, to get a very long weekend. I'd pick her up at the hospital, and off we'd go. I'd drive until I started to fade, with her sleeping in the passenger seat. We'd usually make it to Chatanooga, Knoxville, Asheville, or maybe only to Atlanta, and then get a room. Next morning, we'd launch out again, usually heading to the mountains, and our adventure. We'd do about 5 of those per year, with some longer, than others. During those years, we had many lovely trips, and even when the weather did not cooperate, we still had fun. This year, we are trying to "travel back in time," and relive a bit of that. We are cheating a bit, as we are flying into Atlanta, and then renting a MB C-350 Sport (will miss wife's car, but cannot take time to drive from AZ), to head out along as many backroads, as we can, to get to Blackberry Farm. Though some of OUR highways are now gone (there was little Interstate then), some still exist, and I am mapping as many spots, as I can, such as Ducktown, TN. Lot of memories around there. Yeah, a great road trip is just what I need, and something that I greatly enjoy.
Now, I inherited my wife's Canon G-10, when she wanted something smaller (Panny Lumix, about the size of a fat credit card), and have been using it, since my Nikon bag will not fit in the little planes that UAL flies out of PHX, and its battery is amazing. I charge it about 2x per year, and it keeps going, and going, and going. I often forget to charge the sucka' and it has never quit on me. That is simply amazing, at least to me.
Enjoy, take your time, see America, and travel safely.
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