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The Grand Adventure: Stats

The Grand Adventure: Stats

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STATS THUS FAR (UPDATED 8/22/2011 9am): I am HOME!

Days on Road: 74 Miles Traveled:17508 States (and Provinces) Covered: 39 states 1 province (MO,AR,TN,MS, LA, AL, FL, GA, SC, NC, VA, MD, PA, NY, MA, NH, ME,...more
May 8th, 2011 | 3 Comments

Day 57: Of Springs and Concrete

Day 57: Of Springs and Concrete I think my pictures speak for themselves why I prefer to visit the great outdoors than visiting the concrete jungles. The great expanse of the “wild” west makes any person feel insignificant, and appreciative, of the world. Yet here I find myself today in the concrete jungle, visiting my brother and taking time to see...more
July 5th, 2011 | No Comments

Day 56: Exploration for Independence Day

Day 56: Exploration for Independence Day America was “discovered” during the era of exploration. Western civilization had become fascinated with finding the last frontier. While the Fourth of July is meant to be a holiday to celebrate our independence as a country it seemed fitting to spend my holiday in one of the last frontiers: A cave. There are few places...more
July 4th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Day 55: Deep into the Earth and Towering High into the Sky

Day 55: Deep into the Earth and Towering High into the Sky

Balance is important in your day to day life. One has to enjoy both the warm sunshine and the starry nights to have a complete day. Life is never about choosing left, right or even straight but rather to chose a mix of the three until you find that perfect place.

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July 3rd, 2011 | No Comments

Day 54: Breaktime

Day 54: Breaktime Hey, when your traveling involves this much documenting, learning, experiencing and picture taking you are BOUND to need a little break. It's time for R&R. The picture above describes most of my day. :) See you all...more
July 2nd, 2011 | No Comments

Day 53: Breathtaking Highway 101

Day 53: Breathtaking Highway 101 This morning, waking up near Brookings, Oregon in Umpqua Lighthouse State Park I was quite excited. Today I'd be heading South along the famous highway 101 into the state of my birth. The drive itself is so scenic it becomes hard to get more than a few miles without taking pictures. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="640"]...more
July 1st, 2011 | No Comments

Day 52: A Wine Cave and Some Waves

Day 52: A Wine Cave and Some Waves The anticipation of seeing someplace new always, in my mind, overrides the hesitance that accompanies the dangers of traveling alone. Even though I am traveling alone, I never truly feel alone. Everywhere I go I find something familiar, and the new age of technology makes me feel tethered to a thousand different people, and similarly...more
June 30th, 2011 | No Comments

Day 51: Lava Tubes and Snow Covered Craters

Day 51: Lava Tubes and Snow Covered Craters Today was going to be a detour from the carefully planned itinerary I had developed for this trip. It has been over 50 days since I started this journey and there is one important thing to understand about road trips: The plan is secondary to the journey. If you take a vacation your agenda should...more
June 29th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Day 50: Opening Oregon

Day 50: Opening Oregon The big open wilderness of Oregon was masked as I drove southeast from the Portland area. As I climbed the pass on 26 highway I joined Mt. Hood in the blanket of the clouds. Driving through Oregon was a lot like opening a present layer by layer. After my foggy drive through Mt. Hood National...more
June 28th, 2011 | No Comments

Day 49: Mt. St. Helen’s National Park & Ape Cave

Day 49: Mt. St. Helen’s National Park & Ape Cave Day 49: Mount St. Helens National Park & Ape Cave There are a few different types of travelers out there one can embody. One can be the careful traveler, someone who sticks to the main roads and a strict agenda. Reading all of the signs and going only to those places known for tourism this traveler...more
June 27th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Day 48: The Rainbow of Olympic National Park

Day 48: The Rainbow of Olympic National Park Many emblems of the world hold multiple meanings. It is of no surprise that a rainbow holds various meanings of symbolism. A rainbow can be a sign of success after a hard time or a symbol that it is ok to be yourself even if you stand out from a crowd. It can also be...more
June 26th, 2011 | No Comments