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  • I will lift up mine load up and over the hills, from whence go my map.
    My GPS cometh in the Ford, which made drivetrain and transaxle.
    He will not suffer thy momentum to be throttled: he that transporteth thee will not swerve.
    Behold, he that driveth to Toronto shall neither slumber nor sleep.
    The Ford [is] thy keeper: the Ford [is] thy accelerator upon thy right pedal.
    The cops shall not clock thee by day, nor the radar by night.
    The Ford shall preserve thee from bad weather: he shall preserve thy gear.
    The Ford shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this road stop diner,
    and even for evermore.

    I am using Cowbird to share the story of a 15,000 mile road odyssey I took in 2011, which started with me quitting my job in March and setting out in June for a loop around the US and Canada. It's less of a day by day narrative and more of an attempt to tell a story of the story, with some amounts of imagined bits that emerge on looking at the media from the trip, including the more than 1400 images, videos, and audio files collected in my digital time capsule, the Storybox.
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