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In which it’s been chaotic

Keely

People, people, people.  Did you know my blog went down last Friday and just came back up on Monday? And did you know that things have been unreal here in Hollywood aka Keelywood so that it’s been an emotional rollercoaster so that I haven’t written anything?

 

… and did you know that we finally found Keely an apartment? Well, now you do … Know all that shit that is.

 

I can’t even remember where on my journey I quit updating you guys.  I could check but it’s already a colossal pain in the ass to write on an iPad so probably not gonna check.  Mostly we got to California.  The day before we arrived I dubbed “the day of the train” because we saw at least 14 huge trains.  I mean trains with at least 3-5 locomotives.  See guys, that’s the kind of shit I notice.  Now don’t you wish you were traveling with me?

Anyways, that was cool.  So Keely and I were ahead of schedule due to our mad driving and singing skills so we stopped at the Petrified Forest National Park.  It was pretty cool with The Painted Desert and all not to mention all the Petrified Rocks and logs.  I felt that it really added an educational component to the trip.  I feel smarter already. We thought about stopping at The Worlds Largest Meteorite but then it was $32 bucks/person and I figured that there was no way I was spending all that money for the little bit of time we had.

 

After all, the forest ranger at The Petrified Forest was really put out when I informed him that we only had an hour to blow through the park. He felt that we should be hiking and stopping at every overlook to really “enjoy” the experience.  Never mind that the experience was about 15 degrees and it was fucking freezing.  Never mind that I only had a thin Polartec sweatshirt because for some reason it didn’t dawn on me that driving through all those states in February would be cold.

 

In short, no meteorite but the Petrified shit was awesome.

 

Did I tell you that when we got in our car in Gallup, New Mexico that it was 5 degrees and all the water bottles I had left in the car were frozen?  I’m not used to that type of thing.  I will say that Flagstaff, Arizona was quite beautiful.  Just thought you’d like to know.

 

Ya know what? I can’t even think of what else to tell you.  I’m going to wrap this up and tomorrow I’ll tell you about California and the clusterfuck that apartment hunting has been.

 

See ya!

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13 Comments

  1. Sisters from Another Mister
    January 22, 2013

    Quite the adventure – you need to stay a little longer so you can regale us with stories of all the famous people you will no doubt meet ;)
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    • Lynn
      January 22, 2013

      I have seen no famous people at all

  2. Julie
    January 22, 2013

    Two thoughts ~ 1.) Petrified shit is something I would pay $32 bucks to see. and 2.) The air temp today is 3 and the wind chill is -18.

    • Lynn
      January 22, 2013

      I did pay for the petrified shit, just not the meteorite. Chicago is too cold

  3. Marilynn
    January 22, 2013

    So glad your blog is up again. Missed it.

    • Lynn
      January 22, 2013

      Sorry about that…apparently a catastrophic crash of the server

  4. laura
    January 22, 2013

    Word of advice: stop writing about your writing; it gets annoying after a while; if you write, go for it! Don’t make excuses for your posts, for how often you post or not, your grammar, etc. It takes away half of the pleasure of reading.

    • Lynn
      January 22, 2013

      Ummmm…I just kind of write whatever pops in my head. I’ll attempt that though

  5. Name *
    January 22, 2013

    It has been strangely cold where I live in California too, whereas it usually isn’t. Very strange. 32 bucks a person to see a meteorite? I am going to find a huge rock and start charging folks to stare at it.

    I am glad you found her an apartment and I hope they didn’t gouge you too much. That’s another thing about our lovely state: rent is ridiculously high.
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  6. Rich D
    January 22, 2013

    Well…facebook sux. I hadn’t seen anything from you all last week, so I just figured you were tripping to the west. Today I just had to check your site and lo and behold you were posting all along! So glad you made it and did the apartment thing. Next time take more clothes.

  7. Leigh Anne Geary
    January 22, 2013

    Hey Lynn and Keely!!! I received an email from the grandfather letting me know I had family moving into LA! How exciting :) We need to exchange information and hopefully hook up. I live in South Bay, but work in Hollywood. My hospital is off of sunset blvd and Vermont. Where abouts is the new place? Email me and we will exchange numbers

    • Lynn
      January 23, 2013

      Hey…Keely will be in west Hollywood but I’m giving her your email so she can contact you. Fun!!!

  8. Monty
    January 23, 2013

    Lynn you should buy a warm coat and one of those emergency blankets that you store in your trunk in case the car breaks down, so you don’t freeze to death

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