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

Travel | CaliforniaNotes

©2020 by Vernon Miles Kerr, VernonMilesKerr.com, WritersClass.net California and Texas have a few things in common. They’re both big, both beautiful and both could be—and actually, both used to be. countries — republics. Both have endless beaches, semi-tropical cities, a coldish North, world-class agriculture — along with mountains and deserts. If you’re planning a California… Read More Travel | CaliforniaNotes