Travels | U.S. Interstate 70

While it seems I’ve lived my “civilian” life migrating up and down California’s Highway 99, my gig-worker, tech-life is different. It has been unfurled along U.S. Interstate70. I’ve recently called California 99 (formerly U.S. 99) “California’s Main Street,” and using a similar metaphor, we can accurately say that U.S.. Interstate 70, hereinafter “70,” is “America’s… Read More Travels | U.S. Interstate 70

Poetry | The Width, Depth and Breadth

The Width, Depth and Breadth ©2020 by Vernon Miles Kerr, VernonMilesKerr.com, WritersClass.net The width, depth and breadth of America — Of American hearts — is unplumbable and unspanable. Her edges may be rocky and tempest-tossed, Clubbed and shattered by angry political waves, But the hearts are pure, as the plains are vast, And the highways… Read More Poetry | The Width, Depth and Breadth

Travel | CaliforniaNotes 2

©2020 by Vernon Miles Kerr, VernonMilesKerr.com, WritersClass.net October 30, 2020 In my previous post, Travel | CaliforniaNotes  I likened Texas and California as both being countries-within-a-country.  Actually, California is more like a continent-within-a-(former)country.  From semi-tropical San Diego and Los Angeles, to the Scotland-like, extreme North Coast, with its cold, blowing rain, near Crescent City —… Read More Travel | CaliforniaNotes 2

Travels | Boulder

Boulder © 2010, 2016, 2020 by Vernon Miles Kerr, vernonmileskerr.com   Quirky, busy little Boulder With its sprawling, yellow brick university And Nineteenth Centry business district, Spread out at the foot of the Flatirons. Those jutting stone slabs  seem to grow out of Boulder Not visa-versa. They  thrust upward beckoning the hikers, Promising untold vistas higher up… Read More Travels | Boulder