Below is a Table of Contents for my road trip photo essays. Each Wednesday, I share a new chapter of what will eventually become a book. It's FREE to follow me and see the public posts. To read private posts, you need to support me at the $1 or more level. At least one chapter per month will be free to the public. (To see all the following options, click here.)
Table of Contents:
Acknowledgments (which includes all you Patrons, of course!)
Intro: Why this book? (I always write my introductions last.)
Travel Tips, Tools & Apps
The trouble with Timbuktu
1. Azle to Abilene (8/28)
2. Stargazing in the Honey Mesquite (FREE)
3. Country courtesy & big conversations (9/1)
4. Fort Phantom Hill (9/8 - FREE)
5. Fort Phantom Cemetery (9/15)
6. Jacob's Dream (9/22)
8. Jack Rabbit Rodeo & Armadillo Motels (10/6)
9. West Texas Stonehenge (10/13)
10. Meteor Crater & Pecos Rain (10/20)
This travelogue features photos and commentary from a trip Larry and I took to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary. It’s the first trip we’ve taken since Covid hit, and even then, we were traveling in the height of another wave. For this reason, we avoided crowds as much as possible.
Our trip focused mainly on quirky roadside attractions, historic cemeteries, Mom and Pop shops, local cuisine, and nature, including caves, natural springs, and the rugged landscapes of New Mexico and Far West Texas. This project will eventually be an ebook, and maybe even a printed book.
For now, however, I am releasing it on Patreon in weekly chapter installments, and I'm keeping some of the chapters free. I hope you enjoy it!