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Another Cross-Country Move

Another Cross-Country Move

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Last summer Paul and I moved from the DC area to Seattle, Washington.  This summer, we are moving again.  From Seattle to Minneapolis, Minnesota.  Once again, we packed all of our belongings into a cube and, as you read this, we have (hopefully!) already begun to make the long, long drive across this very long country.

We plan to stop for a hike and swim in Couer d’Alene, Idaho then head to St. Ignatius, Montana, where Paul’s family friends live on an Indian Reservation.  Maybe we’ll stop in Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming, and we definitely plan to see Mt. Rushmore and Buffalo Gap Grassland in South Dakota.  And I have to admit that I’m looking forward to eating Subway sandwiches and McDonald’s soft serve and having a chance to get caught up on all my favorite podcasts.

When we made the cross-country drive last year, I was under the impression that I would still be able to keep to my tutoring and blogging schedule, and maybe even have time to write some math curriculum.  Instead, every night, I fell into bed like a ton of bricks. I had no idea how exhausted I would be.

So I’m taking it easy with this post.  You can read about some of my adventures from last year’s big move and enjoy a few pictures….

A Fight at Frontier Village (about a fight Paul and I had in Jamestown, North Dakota)

Where’s My Volcano?  Or, Why Moving is Scary and Fun

Somewhere in Wisconsin...

Somewhere in Wisconsin…

Paul in the badlands of North Dakota.

Paul in the badlands of North Dakota.

Rocky Mountains, elevation 10,000 feet

Rocky Mountains, elevation 10,000 feet

The Columbia River Gorge in eastern Washington state

The Columbia River Gorge in eastern Washington state

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Eva Langston is a writer, among other things.

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  1. Pingback: Yet Another Cross-Country Move: Goodbye Grain Belt, Hello Beltway! | In the Garden of Eva

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