In the paradox of the space/time continuum, while the goats of Planet Goats, http://www.planetgoats.com/ gave Rainbow Hill a much needed haircut, the Hill meandered on a cross-country adventure.
I was, perhaps, a little too adventurous, but I wouldn’t change anything about my three weeks on the road except for the long fall, the painfully bruised ribs and the fact that I’d use several more layers of bug repellent.
As usual, there was so much more to do, explore and experience than I could fit in. Just means I’ll have to go back. I love road trips.
As my son retires from dance, we say goodbye to wonderful Kansas City, Missouri and hello to NYC.
I will miss KC, but I also love Manhattan. It’s another chapter in the ongoing adventure of life.
I am a random stop, follow-that-sign type of traveler.
One of our first adventures was a sculpture garden. I saw it from the road, but there was no signage after the freeway off-ramp.
So I super-navigated by that little compass hidden in my brain.
I followed along the curves of a dirt road and then it was there. The drive into the unknown was so worth the dusty road.
We discovered sculpture Wayne Porter at Porter Sculpture Park http://www.portersculpturepark.com/
His garden contains a wide array of fun, wacky, thought-provoking sculptures that makes one feel like Alice entering Wonderland.
And did I mention there were dragons?
I would love to hear from you about the best places to discover and explore. My list is long for the known adventures, but I also love the off-key and unusual. Send me suggestions.
More cool things to come, but right now, it’s time to cuddle with the menagerie