Trip to the Suburban Ecosystem: A Vision of Sameness — 8 Comments

  1. Hi Kernut,
    Hope you’ll be sure to let all your RV (and other) friends know where you head and where you end up!
    Magee, aka Karen

    • Hi Magee,
      I sure will! I’m planning to stay in Texas for the time being, and probably around Hill Country or the Coast, but I’m open to other areas, too.

    • No, not the blog. I was writing for Yahoo on the side. Yahoo is removing their own content on Yahoo, content writers contributed to Yahoo over the past nine years.
      I plan to keep this blog going as long as I can! 🙂

  2. Its true that every ending is a new beginning and i hope that you will find the best direction and a fresh new look with the good work that you are doing.

  3. Having experienced sameness in rural California, suburban east bay, Seattle and it’s suburbs and Monterey and it’s environs, I’ve got to admit that I prefer the rural sameness for the tranquility it offers. Maybe I’m just getting old but I prefer the closeness of community in the rural sameness.

    • Monterey and Santa Barbara are my two favorite places in California, maybe out of everywhere I’ve been. Monterey has the most beautiful coastline, and some wonderful people 🙂 I agree with you about the rural sameness and closeness of community, but even Monterey, with it’s population of 100K, has many of the amenities (great food stores) and negatives (bad traffic) of large cities.