Weekend Road Trip: Boston Is In My Rearview Mirror

Boston: Love that dirty water


Today marks the beginning of a new chapter in my life. Denene and I are leaving Boston as of 6:00 this morning. We’re moving to a warmer climate where I won’t have to spend the entire winter shoveling and blowing snow. Last winter’s 66 inches of the white stuff did me in.

We’re looking forward to our new city. And, luckily, there’s a very strong writer presence in the area. Those folks have already welcomed us with open arms and invitations for me to speak at several events. I feel at home even before we arrive.

Today, we’re traveling – a 15 hour trip from here in our RV, which is where we’ll be living until we close on our house here and buy a new one in the new spot. But we’re all set, and we’re excited.

So, so long Boston! We’ll be pahking our cahs somewhere else from now on.

My next big event is Killer Nashville. I hope to see you there.

10 replies
  1. Earth2Mary
    Earth2Mary says:

    Good luck and safe travels! I can sympathize with the hardships of moving, but, after all is said and done, it’s really nice to start over, isn’t it? 🙂 I hope that moment comes soon for you and your wife!

    Just don’t miss many blog posts!! 😀

  2. Peg H
    Peg H says:

    Do you promise not to tease those of us fated to stay in the northern climates when we’re shoveling snow?

    Lucky you! I’d love to move to a warmer area, though not too warm since that isn’t good for DH’s MS.

    Have a safe trip and don’t forget us Yankees.

  3. Nicola Marsh
    Nicola Marsh says:

    Hi Lee,

    ‘discovered’ you through a Margie Lawson course.
    Your book looks great, must buy it as another resource for a thriller I’ve partially written.

    Great blog too.
    Safe trip!

  4. Elena
    Elena says:


    Those of us in WI (100+ inches last winter) salute you!!!!! Carry on, have a blast, and stay in touch – this is one vicarious trip I definitely want to be part of.

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