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We just rolled into Sedona via Tucson Arizona by way of Las Cruces New Mexico after pausing in Marfa Texas on our way out of Austin. We’ve been traveling full time for 168 days. We’ve spent all of the major holidays on the road and we’ve had a birthday and are about to have another. […]

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Ok, actually its Day 128…. I wrote this post a while back and couldn’t publish it. A lot has happened since I wrote this. I withheld it, if I’m to be honest, because I didn’t want my mother or my wife’s parents to know that I’d hurt myself because I didn’t want them to worry. I’m better […]

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Friday night was the first time that we were forced to make a split decision due to weather. We had been in Asheville for the month of October. We have some fluid plans with two sets of friends in the Atlanta region but our next firm date isn’t until later in November with a giant mouse and […]

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We’ve been on the road for just over 2 months and 3,870 miles. If it takes 21 days to form a habit… then we’re deep into the road trip habit. For the month of October we’ve been stationed in Asheville, NC. Asheville is a small mountain town in Western North Carolina. We first visited Asheville a few […]

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We’ve been traveling for 4 weeks. It seems like forever and it seems like we just started…if you know what I mean. There are some real benefits and some real challenges to full-time travel that we’ve found in this first month. This is, by far, the longest trip I’ve ever been on, even if we […]

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I feel goood

I feel stronger. My father has a dynamometer in his office and growing up in my late teens and through all of my 20s and even into the beginning of my 30s I could show up and pick the thing up and squeeze off 160…  damn near the top of the scale. Over the past […]

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There’s a stark contrast in the aesthetics of eastern and central Pennsylvania. Central Pennsylvania is gorgeous. Eastern Pennsylvania is…. not. We traversed PA via 87 to 84 to 80 and it is horrendous. Each state I’ve driven through I’ve thought to myself… I’m going to write a post and award this state the F-U and Your Friggin Roads Award […]

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We’ve made it through one week. Old Orchard Beach was a bit of an odd place to start. It was much more “Jersey Shore” for Quebecers than it was “camping” per se. It was interesting that in the park we stayed it seemed French was the dominant language. In Maine mind you, south of Portland. I had […]

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