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Matthew Weinstein
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Husband, Father and Grandpa, Activist for Peace and Justice, bicyclist, photographer.
Husband, Father and Grandpa, Activist for Peace and Justice, bicyclist, photographer.

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And now—the final chapter of our cross country road trip. Hope you've enjoyed coming along with us. This last post covers a huge amount of territory—some 2,500 miles from Winslow, Arizona (yes...that Windslow) to Brooklyn. Why so much in one chapter—cause I wanted to finish it, put down paper and pencil and get back to my real life—such as it is.

I'll see you all on the road!

It's been nice.

—Matt

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We left L.A., headed into the Mojave Desert and then ended our first night's journey eastward in Flagstaff, Arizona which we used as a base (some base...it's 80 miles south) to explore that grandest of canyons.

Take a look at today's post (written several weeks afterwards). And enjoy the magnificent and amazing Grand Canyon. - Matt

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Blog, shmog. I'm home in Brooklyn but still writing my travel posts from a week or two ago. Compulsive. But gotta get it done. Here, then, my scribble and photos from the City of Angels and the few days we spent there with friends, cousins and a son. Write on! Read on! - Matt

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Oct 13, 2015

We had traveled, you'll remember, down the Pacific Coast from Washington to Oregon and on to California. We stopped at our friends' house in California's wine country, north of San Francisco. Then we continued down south, driving through magnificent Big Sur. Then on to the night's rest in San Simeon, home to the famous and bigger than life, Hearst Castle or La Casa Grande as the newspaper magnate and father of Yellow Journalism, William Randolph Hearst liked to call it. 

Stacey had said we had to see it. I disagreed. But she was right....what an amazing place he built as the wealthiest man in America during his times. 

Take a look at today's post.

- Matt, from the road.
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