When I asked Ted if he was interested in driving from Philly to Pittsburgh, his only question was “When?” Our trip of watching baseball and searching for the Amish.
We didn’t know it when we left Dallas, but we knew it when we arrived in Houston. Hurricane Katrina was a regional disaster.
Two thousand, six hundred, and twenty six miles. That’s a lot of time on the road for any man, but it’s even longer when you’re driving it with two girls under 10 years old, and longer still when you’re doing it alone.