Two-Thirds of Imaginary Feet have successfully made the move to San Francisco. It’s been a wild journey. Pat and I both drove across the country with our significant others. It was an amazing journey. Some things I learned in my journey.
America is very big. Also we have a lot of space. Some people live in this space, they are pleasant.
It’s very hard to find healthy food, we have a lot of corn, Utah is absolutely gorgeous, the desert is kinda scary even with a full tank of gas, podcasts + books on tape can make a 40 hour drive bearable, those wind turbine things are freaky when there are 100s of them, lots of fences and lots of cattle (no idea how you ever find your cattle), those big water sprinklers that make a bunch of circles seem inefficient because you loose all the corners of crops, you can gamble anywhere in Nevada, the speed limit on rt 80 through Nebraska and Nevada is pointless, Storms come out of nowhere in Wyoming and they are epic and last only a few moments.
We also have a lot of soy.
Best Westerns are pretty darn nice these days, people who swim in the Best Western pools shouldn’t, McDonalds is ubiquitous in life it’s basically like the religion of America, in fact maybe Fast Food in general is Americas religion and McDonalds is just the largest sect, any land locked state has a good pulled pork sandwhich, A/C in cars changed the world, we should all invest in Vertical Farming and more efficient Solar power. Cars should all talk to each other.
Everyone should do this trip at least once, it makes you feel small, but in a very large tribe.