Tag Archives: TransAm

Vesuvius VA – Boston MA



“The very ink with which history is written is merely fluid prejudice.” Mark Twain I don’t remember being that keen on history when I was at school. Perhaps I was put off by being made to learn date charts by Mr Simons at junior school. I suppose dusty text books aren’t the best way to … Continue reading Vesuvius VA – Boston MA

Marion KY – Vesuvius VA



“How good one feels when one is full — how satisfied with ourselves and with the world! People have tried to tell me that a clear conscience leaves you very happy and contented but a full stomach does the business quite as well and is cheaper and more easily obtained.” Jerome K. Jerome – Three … Continue reading Marion KY – Vesuvius VA

Newton KS – Marion KY



Newton KS – Marion KY Being under lockdown rules has the useful effect of making you realise how valuable the freedom to travel actually is and how much we all probably take it for granted. I’m sure lots of people are already planning some big adventures for when it’s safe to get out and about … Continue reading Newton KS – Marion KY

Good luck America!



“I never considered a difference of opinion in politics, in religion, in philosophy, as cause for withdrawing from a friend.” – Thomas Jefferson, April 22, 1800 A few weeks ago we were sat in the back of Newton Bicycle Store in Kansas watching the film ‘Inspire to Ride’ which follows cyclists during the inaugural TransAm … Continue reading Good luck America!

Port Angeles, WA – Halfway, OR



I always used to find it amusing that American films had to put Paris, France or London, England when captioning a location. To us it seems obvious where these places are but of course in the USA London could be any one of 5 different places in any one of 5 different states before even considering the … Continue reading Port Angeles, WA – Halfway, OR

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