Monday, March 28th, 2011

Travel: Taking Rhodia on the Road

Stephanie

It’s starting to warm up and I’m getting the itch to take another road trip. Last April I took my longest solo drive ever, driving from eastern PA to central Ohio – 8 hours one way.  Though I have flown a few times to California and Georgia, there definitely seems to be something much more organic to seeing each mile as it passes by. Part of me wants to drive to Portland, OR for no particular reason, but I have this crazy notion that if I actually drive to the opposite side of the country that I’m not going to want to come back. :o) That I will become a wandering nomad blogging from the road, selling my art as I make it, making music with the locals.

If you could drive anywhere in the US, where would you go?


18 thoughts on “Travel: Taking Rhodia on the Road

  1. From here in Virginia up to Maine. I’ve not been in over ten years now and I miss it something fierce. I’m thinking about renting a cabin up there for a week in Autumn 2012 and taking a journal, sketchpad, and iPod as my only companions.

  2. From here in Virginia up to Maine. I’ve not been in over ten years now and I miss it something fierce. I’m thinking about renting a cabin up there for a week in Autumn 2012 and taking a journal, sketchpad, and iPod as my only companions.

  3. I would love to try to follow the old Route 66 from Chicago to L.A. That is my ultimate dream trip!

  4. I would love to try to follow the old Route 66 from Chicago to L.A. That is my ultimate dream trip!

  5. I would drive from central Wisconsin to Santa Fe, NM and stay a while. Actually would move there if I could talk the wife into leaving.

  6. I would drive from central Wisconsin to Santa Fe, NM and stay a while. Actually would move there if I could talk the wife into leaving.

  7. I would love to take a classic train ride all the way to the West, then drive back in a leisurely manner to the East, winding through several states.

  8. I would love to take a classic train ride all the way to the West, then drive back in a leisurely manner to the East, winding through several states.

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