Anonymous asked: Come to washington to be a ski bum, do it! Washington is great. Canada is close, idaho, montana, the selkirk mountain range, the first ever ski lift in operation was in washington. Oregon is only a few hours drive.
Anonymous asked: How about using your ticket you bought while in the Keys for your travel getaway?
beenswank asked: Love the new header. Is it insensitive that I find it a bit humorous?
Making plans is sooooo hard!
Well, I haven't had much luck manifesting an appropriate diesel vehicle for road trip adventures. Part of me wants a van, part of me wants to stay here in the beautiful town of Revelstoke and ski for the winter and part of me just wants to log onto Expedia and buy a plane ticket to somewhere exotic!
I have Spanish classes and a cute little part-time job at the local museum until mid November..then I am free as a bird, so to speak.
Where should I go???? What should I do?????
Anonymous asked: I'm in†ernet in love with you.
byhbkay asked: hi. just read about your van on cold splinters. glad your okay and hope your search for a new one ends soon. peregrine for sure. your photos are beautiful. and i don't know how often the road brings you to california, and it looks like your vanhome provides all you need, but if you ever need to touch ground near palo alto, laundry, bathroom, place to park, or just want a cup of coffee, ring...
Anonymous asked: The lover left you because your van blew up? Damn. I thought he was the real deal--he even cooked for you and shit. Oh well, your babeness will surely rescue you.
veggieheather asked: hey im saving up for a van so i can drive around the US for a couple years. vie got 2 years to save for it but if it takes longer then thats ok. what kind of van do you recommend? im new to van features and all.