Continuing the Trip- Where Have the Posts Been?

When I last left you, I was experiencing Seattle for the first time.

Before I continue my posts from my train trip across the US, I wanted to take the opportunity to dedicate a post to apologizing to my readers for the three week (or so) hiatus in postings.

When I last left you, I was experiencing Seattle for the first time. Since then, I traveled back through Oregon, down to Sacramento, across Nevada, spent almost a week in Utah, went back to Chicago, and eventually made my way back to Massachusetts.

Unfortunately, during this time, outside of occasional (limited) access on my phone, I did not have access to the Internet. After coming back to Massachusetts on Aug. 7, I was at a conference in Williamstown, MA (with limited Internet and cell coverage), and away for a few days, and did not regain full access to the Internet until yesterday.

Although I was able to write most of my thoughts as they happen and save them on Microsoft Word, I did not have time to put them together in blog form until now. I hope that you can pick up where we last left off, and continue with me on my fascinating trip across the USA. Also, maybe my experiences will inspire a few of us to write to Amtrak and ask them to consider putting wireless on more of their train routes!

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MaryJo Kurtz August 20, 2011 at 08:26 PM
Whew! For a few days there, Tim, we thought you were stuck in Seattle. Glad you made it back. Looking forward to reading about your adventures!
Tim Dodd August 20, 2011 at 09:22 PM
Nope! Just stuck without solid internet access for extended periods of time!


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