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- Give Us Back Our Oranges by Nate Senge
- Day 34 Update From Cedar City, Utah
- Opening Tracks and Radio Songs: Championship Round!
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Category Archives: Great American Road Trip
As some of you know, it’s long been a goal of mine to party in all 50 states. The New York lawyer lifestyle has slowed my pursuit a bit, but this Saturday I’ll be cruising into Morgantown, West Virginia to … Continue reading
(Click here to read Part I of Janos’s quest to party in all fifty states) The drive from Biloxi to New Orleans on I-10 has long been my second favorite stretch highway, after the other-worldly Denver-Las Vegas connection. It is … Continue reading
(The following is the first of several forthcoming pieces about trip to the Gulf Coast this winter) The open road has always been home. Even compiling insurance receivership statutes for a fifty-state survey can make me nostalgic. When I coast … Continue reading
There are few things I love more than cool rocks. Thus, when my dear friend Scott Brauer, told me about a place called Rock City in Montana that’s reminiscent of the stone structures of Goblin Valley in Southern Utah, I … Continue reading
EDIT: Now with decent pictures. My shoulders are lousy with bug bites. When I put on my night shirt, I noticed some rust-colored stains exactly where the bites are… Gross. Anyway! Hiking! Is what I did for three days straight. … Continue reading
I had originally conceived of this trip as centered on trail running, but had no specific plans. Well, that just changed. In trying to figure out what to do for the 4th of July, I noticed that the town of … Continue reading
I’m off driving around the west for a few weeks, and Guillermo and I discussed what to call this adventure. I’ve been referring to it as my “Western States Road Trip.” This, admittedly, has little dramatic impact. He suggested “Aiko’s … Continue reading
On an otherwise gloomy post-elections Wednesday, let’s revisit some good times in California from last week. After all, California was one of the few bright spots last night, with veteran progressive Barbara Boxer holding her Senate seat, and Jerry Brown, … Continue reading
The City That Rocks. The City That NEVER Sleeps! Jefferson Starship was referring, of course, to San Francisco, a city built on rock and roll, and also a series of fault lines that leave it vulnerable to earthquakes for the … Continue reading
I rolled into Portland off a four-hour Greyhound around 12:30pm. The sun was shining and the weather was perfect. The streets massaged my feet. ‘Yes, I could live here,’ I thought while strolling down 5th Avenue. I soon discovered the … Continue reading