Sandi Wheaton's photographic journey from Chicago to LA with a Jeep, an Aliner trailer and a bunch of cameras

Blog archives for October, 2009

Archive for October, 2009

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

First off, I want to thank Christina Nellemann for featuring me in her recent  post on the Tiny House Blog.  That blog was one of my favorite sites when I started looking into nomadism, so I am really honored to be on there.  You can read the blog post here.  Thanks so much, Christina!  (In […]


Monday, October 26th, 2009

Anyone who has done any research at all on Route 66 will have heard of Angel Delgadillo.  He is a legend along the Route and has been called the Guardian Angel of Route 66, the Mayor of Route 66, and other lofty titles.  He is, among other things, the force behind the creation of the […]


Sunday, October 25th, 2009

Well, I’m standing on a hilltop in Winslow Arizona… No, I didn’t get the lyrics messed up.  Yes, Winslow Arizona is all about The Eagles’ song “Take it Easy” that put the name “Winslow” on our collective mental maps for life, whether we like The Eagles or not (being a Maritimer, I have no say […]


Friday, October 23rd, 2009

It’s impossible to drive all of the original Route 66, since some of it is under the interstate, some of it is impassable, and some of it just no longer exists.  Also, there are many different alignments of the Route, so you sometimes have to choose which version to drive.  I have to say that […]