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|“I get a little carried away sometimes. After so long on the road, on my own, things |
get grinding. I traveled... for my own reasons... but when I went to The Blast
Memorial yesterday, something changed.” “It has ... “I don't think I ever loved or
appreciated life as much as I have since I first saw it. ... I don't know why it's so
important to a hunk of rock that Jay get back on the road, but I'm hardly going to
throw him ...
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|I travel back to where I hid the Millenium Watson and I toss my briefcase and |
Road Warrior garb into the trunk. I dust off my holodisplay and let the world know
that I'm back to civilization – it's best to cut all ties completely when in ... Put my
wine in the fridge, because cold wine is so much easier to chug, hide my pot in
an incredibly intelligent location, and put my cigs in the freezer. ... Downside to
extension of life via more cloning, totally – I don't believe Globoclave even exists
|'Behind us lay the whole of America and everything Dean and I had previously known about life, and life on the road. We had finally found the magic land at the end of the road and we never dreamed the extent of the magic.'|
|That plateau modulates up a whole tone and by a trick arrives back down at the |
bottom of these ascending lines ... I must have walked 50 miles around my
neighborhood in Boston, just killing time waiting for it to arrange itself in my head.
... We live much more passive lives these days; it used to be that if you wanted
music, you had to make some music. ... The other thing about being on the road
and traveling is that it's a very functional existence. You don't pick up a lot of
confusing trash ...
|A complete guide to the vagabond approach to travel espouses taking time off from one's normal routine--for weeks to years--to discover the wonders of the world for oneself, explaining how to plan and prepare for travel, simplify one's ...|
|trip,. there. would. be. much. to. see. and. do. Top: Andrew McNulty carefully |
leans into a turn. Far left: Presbyterian Church's Troop ... For safety, they rode in
two single files a half-mile apart so motorists wouldn't have to pass a long line. ...
"You learn to pass messages from front to back, watch out for cars, and pay more
attention to the road and the passing scenery ... "It's been a challenge to me
because I thought I might not be able to make 250 miles," said Life Scout Brian
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|Until now, McGregor has kept his family life strictly off-limits in interviews, but as |
he kicks back on the couch, it's clear ... a kid, but I'm not someone who goes dirt-
bike riding on weekends for fun, so my riding skills had gone a bit off-road. ... It's
easier to do things together sometimes than to talk about them, but Charley and I
would kill each other if we didn't talk. On a trip like this, if you don't talk about
what's bothering you, it will fester and explode, and we let each other have it a
|Like Barry, she grew up in Cincinnati, has family here, attends church, plays |
softball with her cousins and spends time ... "I have my normal life. ... "When your
children become school age, it's harder to pick up and move," Larkin explains. ...
When things are not going well, she says, "There's only so much you can say. ...
Some women deal with life on the road by going on the road; some don't. ... 'Trips
were special times for me, getting to see the other cities and ballparks," says
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