Madge's odometer--not to mention her oily bits--are getting quite the workout. The miles accumulate by the day, progress towards nowhere in particular. West, I suppose.
We're in the northern Minnesota wilds now, driving through canyons of imposing conifers. Friendly people. Unfriendly mosquitoes.
Moving is feeling more comfortable, certainly part of the daily routine. We spent three days in rusty Duluth catching up on work and chores. I enjoyed getting to know the place--learning how to navigate the city's steep streets like it was a home--but the stagnation made me antsy. What's next?
I know many of you want to know where we are, and where we've been. Here you go: a shot of the map hanging on the ceiling of the van that tracks our progress (and provides suggestions of where to go next).
I'm sifting through thousands of photos, trying to ready them for the blog. And Angie's busy working on a new post or two, in between diligently working on her freelance projects. We'll have photos and updates from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota soon!
Thanks for following along!
-Avery; Ely, MN