Wednesday, September 28, 2011

A Travelers perspective...

I am quite certain many of you have wondered why I was going across country.  Well it all started a few years ago, when I was talking to my friend Tori.  She felt like she needed to go somewhere new. I jokingly told her move to California.  Little did I know that the seed I planted would bloom into a seedling.  

She told me she wanted to move out here, and in the midst of opposition from family and friends, she made the giant leap cross country.  I volunteered to help her drive from Erie, PA to LA.  ( I had no idea what I was getting myself into! haha)

Seriously, it was a wonderful experience.. in spite of the both of us wanting to kill each other after being in the car 13 hours for 3 days.

Here are some photos for you to see what we saw. AND I know many of you wanted our route to come through your city, but we had a time limit.  Which was kind of a bummer! She had to be here by today, September 28th.  She is going to school here.

I flew from LA to Hartford, CT and drove Imaginary Road, Vermont - My journey started here.  
I flew from Hartford to Cleveland, and Tori picked me up and we drove to Erie, PA     

We drove from Erie, PA to Iowa in 11 hours the first day.                            
We drove from Iowa to Denver, CO. 13 hours in the car! GAAA!  We went through Nebraska.
We ended up in Denver, CO on Sunday Evening.  CRAZY drive.   
We woke up everyday at 3:30am to be on the road by 4 - 4:30am. We drove from Denver to Southern Utah.    

We woke up Tuesday morning at 3:30am, and drove to California in about 6 hours.                                                        

Thanks for coming on the journey with me and playing "Where I am now" it was fun to see who guessed where I was.  Thanks for your support as well.  

I wish you all a great week.. and hope that you will all be successful in whatever you pursue.  

Now I really need to get something done around here!  

More to come...


Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Where am I now?, clue.

Congratulations to Doug for guessing where I was, and it was Colorado!

Traveling 11 - 13 hours a day is brutal, but I have thoroughly enjoyed all the scenery. Here is another clue!

Good luck!

More to come...


Saturday, September 24, 2011

Where am I now?

I want to congratulate Manuel Lopez for winning a signed CD of his choice! Thanks for playing!

After a full day of driving, we finally made it to our destination for the evening. Now its another chance to win a signed CD!  

Where am I now?

Does this look familiar?

What state would have plants like that?  If you need more clues, check out FB! Don't forget to email me your answer!

Kori's Facebook Page

More to Come!

Friday, September 23, 2011

Ok so, this is the beginning of Can you Guess Where I am?  I hope you will play the game and there is a chance to win a CD of "Trillium" or "The Journey - Remastered" signed by me, OR a t-shirt signed by me as well.  Isn't that cool? I think so too! 

This photo is the first clue, and if you are friends with me on FaceBook, I am quite certain you can figure out just where this picture was taken. 

Send me your answer here:  and if you need more clues check out my Facebook page:  Kori's Facebook Page

Have fun!!! I know I am!

More to come...


Monday, September 12, 2011

Contest - tell your friends and family too!

Ok so, I did promise a contest at the end of this month. Stay tuned to this blog for your chance to win CDs and t-shirts! Starting on September 24th - 27th, 2011, I will be driving from PA to California. All you need to do is guess where I am by coming to the blog and checking out the clues I will leave. Some of the clues will be video and some will not.

Send me an email to: with your answer(s) and you be entered to win! It will be fun to "take you" with me on this journey across the USA. To make things really fun, send a link to your friends and family and see if you can guess before they do where I am in the USA!

All my thanks to you, who keep supporting me. I appreciate you very much!

Peace in Music,


ps... More To Come!