I'm the book that beat the speed-reader, and I'm the card the dealers won't touch. And it's just not true I'm a man-eater; all the same, we should probably go dutch.
The things you pick up as you go.
Sometimes, life lines itself up too perfectly. What are a list of some of the things I love? The Boondock Saints. Bohemians and hippies. Driving. Traveling. And tiny houses. Enter Billy Connolly’s Route 66, in which— you guessed it— Daddy McManus drives the only trike I’ve ever seen and liked through America’s Route 66, acting as the world’s most lovable tour guide, taped by a camera crew as he explores the sights, including Pontiac, IL’s resident artist Bob Waldmire’s old converted school bus/tiny house. (If you click the link above, you can watch the first episode, in which the bus is toured, so you can see it in all it’s glory.)
…In other words, my Mecca.
You can find more photos of the interior of his bus here.