Posts Categorized: Driving

GNABRT Day 26 – Nowhere left to roam

With the unfortunate (but probably inevitable) “item left behind”, this blog and tomorrow’s will have to be kept miserly. Sadly, I left my ac adapter to the laptop still plugged into the wall in Kalispell.  Unfortunate, but replaceable.  I tried this little town’s (supposed) version of Wal-Mart and it turned out it was more like… Read more »

GNABRT Day 25 – One less glacier to cross

Apparently, all that walking practice worked. Waking up today in cold, but windless Kalispell, the Great North American Baseball Road Trip took the reasonably short ride over to West Glacier, the convenient entrance to the Glacier National Park. Starting extra early, I had the intention of joining a ranger-led hike so I could (a) find… Read more »

GNABRT day 24 – South of the border

Canadian, that is. A pure travel day for the Great North American Baseball Road Trip.  Plenty of activity both actual and mental as the day progressed. Foremost to be mentioned is that every vista during the drive was amazing.  I won’t use the word “unbelievable”, since many people have gazed on the natural displays before,… Read more »

GNABRT Day 22 – Road Wearier

Who was the numskull that mapped out this trip?  15 hours.  Fif.  Teen. I thought it was going to be 12-ish.  Of course, allowing for stops, maybe thirteen.  But 15?  Sheesh. However, mimicking the Emperor from Star Wars, “Everything is proceeding exactly as I have foreseen.”  I always thought that by the time I hit Seattle,… Read more »