I am in the midst of a driving across America, from Los Angeles to Pittsburgh. That’s right: see ya later, Los Angeles, I’m moving back to Pittsburgh!
Well, at the moment I am not driving: I am at RISE Coffee House in St. Louis, Missouri, where I have been for the last couple of nights (St. Louis is cool!). Today I will be driving to Louisville, Kentucky for the night, and then to my family’s farm outside Pittsburgh the day after that. I’ve been on the road for about a week, and it’s been a fantastic trip full of both adventures and quality solitude.
In the near future I will post more trip details along with my Insta-journal entries, a.k.a my approach to using Instagram in a less invasive way. It’s quite fun: I take photos during the day as things are happening, then post them in a stream-of-consciousness Instagram story all at once every day or two. Then they can be downloaded as videos for a nice record of the journey, and people seem to enjoy them!
To tide you over and for the sake of having a featured image for this post, here is a picture of me in front of Meteor Crater in Northern Arizona! This crater was created 50,000 years ago by a meteorite 150ft in diameter. It is one mile wide, 800 feet deep, and the best preserved meteorite impact site on Earth. Wowza!
One response to “Roadtrippin’ to Pittsburgh!”
Was just there last week! Amazing hole in the ground! And so close to the other one (Grand Canyon). Highlight of my Sedona week however was Antelope Canyon! Safe travels!