Hello from the road, everybody! That photo is last night’s sunset in the side mirror of our Mini Cooper. We’ll be on the road (which is always a good thing!) and in some heavy travel for a good chunk of the winter and while the added demands on my time as the navigator and food/accommodations researcher might make posting here a little extra light, on the positive side, I hope it means some good things for at least some of you, too.
Do you live in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, or Utah? If you do, there’s a chance we may be driving past you at high speed in the next few months, maybe even with time to meet up for a cup of tea.
If you’d like me to give you a shout when we’re getting close to you, please leave a comment on this post or if you’re feeling private, and that’s never a bad idea when it comes to disclosing personal details on the Internet, drop me a note through the site contact form.
Winter travel in a Cooper S Mini with a Works package–which means sports suspension and minimal ground clearance–makes road conditions and road safety major concerns, and changes in the forecast can alter our travel plans on the fly. I can’t tell you in advance where we’ll be at any given time because we don’t know either! But if I know how to contact you and we wind up near you, I will gladly give you a shout.
I would love to meet you! Fingers crossed.