About Us

img_5066We’re Peter Howe and Liz Brown and we’re on nearly three decades of marriage and year three of our continued pilgrimage across the United States in our Airstream. This blog will be a way to share what are we seeing, feeling, learning, and observing. We hope to capture in words and images some of the stories of the people we meet, the places we visit, the detail that makes a day particularly memorable.

Some of the details of our current trip:

  • We are traveling in a 2015 Ford150 with a full cap that currently carries, our bikes, solar panels, generator, screen house, and Peter’s golf clubs. We are towing our home on wheels, an Airstream Flying Cloud 25 with front bedroom. It is amazingly comfortable and beautiful to live in. Here’s a picture from our dining table looking out at the scenery, this is Montana, and the view changes all the time with this life! img_6109-1
  • We are planning to continue criss-crossing the country seeing as much as we can, volunteering in state parks when it feels right, meeting the amazing people who have crossed our paths, and continuing to treasure the visits with the dear friends, and family, all across this country who have so kindly opened their hearts and their homes (and driveways) to us.
  • Wherever possible, we are driving on “blue highways”, camping in state parks, national parks, national forests, and the great Army Corps of Engineers sites.img_7570
  • We try to stay a minimum campground stay of 4 nights, with the average stay around 7 nights and in some places, 14 nights.  This past winter we spent three months volunteering at Koreshan State Historic Site in Estero, Florida, our longest stop since we left New Hampshire.
  • On the days we drive, we aim for 250 miles or 2:00pm, whichever comes first. We’ve found this pace will give us time to poke around the local area, meet some of the people who call the place home, find the great coffee shops, the library, bike trails, and laundromats.

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9 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Hi, Liz and Peter! We are having a special Labor Day celebration at the lake to commemorate 100 years since Henry Brown bought the house. I would love to send you and Joshua invitations. Can you send me email addresses for the evites? Thanks!

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  2. Liz, in Asheville, try to include Friday evening in your stay. One of the best Drum Circles we’ve participated in happens at Pritchard Park, in the center of downtown every Friday. We had to cancel our stop in early April due to 50 mph winds in our path. We hunkered down in Greenville, SC (also a lovely little city)…
    https://www.romanticasheville.com/drumming_circle.htm

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  3. I’m excited to learn more about your travels! Thanks for sharing the link!
    Liz, I still recall our talk about the intersections of life, the cross, the journey–I am grateful for your kind counsel, as always!
    Best wishes,
    Laura

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  4. I didn’t recognize you Liz but I was attracted by the name of your blog so took a look. You have a couple of paintings that I did at the ranch in the Tetons. I am a close friend of Kathleen Sedehi. when you reach California on this fabulous adventure, you are warmly invited to visit and stay at my home in the Santa Cruz mountains. I have 20 acres between 800′ and 1300′ with 360 degree views. Please know that you are welcome. I have carried a fondness for you since we met — perhaps 10 years ago. Happy trails!!

    Joyce Converse

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    • Yes, Joyce, I do remember our meeting at the ranch and we love your beautiful paintings. We are not yet sure about our time in CA but do know that we will be visiting Carol Martin, whom you also know. Thank you for your most generous offer and we will see where the winds carry us. Peace and all good things,

      Liz

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  5. This is George, Rubye and I will follow your adventure with GREAT INTEREST…A Blue Highways Adventure is also in our plans. Best wishes for a joyful ” flight”! Question: Is Asheville NC in your plan—Battery Park is extremely unique: look it up on the Net.

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