From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
It’s taken us a few years to develop our traveling style but, with more than 100,000 miles now under our wheels, I can now say I’m finally comfortable with the way me move around North America.
Essentially, we follow the winds of our curiosity.
It seems natural to us. Not so for others. For example, one time a couple of years ago some folks, reading our daily blog posts about a 3,500 mile tour we were taking of the Great Lakes U.S. shoreline, tried to catch up with us in upstate New York.
Every time they arrived where they thought we’d be, we had moved on.
“Where are you,” one of them finally messaged me on Facebook. “You’re not here!”
No, I thought to myself, we packed up and headed to a new here.
Specifically, that new “here” happened to be in the tiny town of Le Roy, N.Y., where we heard there was a Jell-O Museum.
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