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Westward, Yo – Day 3

My cousin John suggests that I should not use the term “Ho” in these travelogues. So I’ve opted for something a little more 2014.

I couldn’t post Day 2’s route since I didn’t have internet where I stayed. Tonight I don’t have cell phone service, but I have wi-fi. And wine.



About Joe Ponepinto

Co-publisher, with Kelly Davio, of Tahoma Literary Review. Author of "Curtain Calls," a featured Kirkus Review. Married to Dona. Dad to Henry, the coffee-drinkin' dog.


11 thoughts on “Westward, Yo – Day 3

  1. Wifi and wine. Sounds like you’re doing pretty good then.

    Posted by Julianne Q Johnson | June 19, 2014, 3:05 PM
  2. Best wishes for the drive!

    Posted by Daniel | June 19, 2014, 3:24 PM
  3. good change. i emailed you about a possible cocktail extravaganza next friday.

    Posted by Stephanie Barbé Hammer | June 19, 2014, 4:03 PM
  4. Watch out in Missoula! I have a cousin who lives there, and recently we heard that it was the biggest small crime and murder capital in the nation! (Not that you could prove it by her….she’s a ballerina!).

    Posted by shadowoperator | June 19, 2014, 5:34 PM
  5. I’ve enjoyed these posts, Joe. Happy and excited for you as you start the next (final?) leg of your journey. Hope Henry’s doing well.

    Posted by Gwen Stephens | June 20, 2014, 11:25 AM
  6. Nice drive, huh? :-]

    We drove through there two years ago…but roads had been torn up to the earth BENEATH the crushed rock beneath asphalt. Felt like we’d been driving to the ends of the earth, as the road “gradually disappeared” the farther north we went!

    Posted by fpdorchak | June 21, 2014, 1:52 PM

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