The Original Adventure

As most of you know on May 1, 2011, I left on what would turn out to be a two year journey across the United States and Canada. Below are the original blog posts chronicling my adventure. I had absolutely no idea of the natural wonders I would encounter, the beautiful, remote places I would visit and the dozens of wonderful people who would turn out to be lifelong friends. While that particular journey is at an end, the adventure certainly continues. My hope for this section of the new website now is that it can be used by anyone looking to visit the remote and wonderful places you might not otherwise find across North America.

And So It Begins

February 15, 2011

“And so it begins” that’s a line from one of my favorite TV show’s Babylon 5—yes sci-fi nerd alert, but it seemed fitting.  May 1, 2011—and it’s finally time to hit the open road.  All of my worldly possessions have been safely tucked away in a storage until somewhere in Long Island City (I hope…

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My Chariot Awaits

February 15, 2011

My first car was a 1969 black Ford Torino, which looked absolutely nothing like the restored classic above. www.gatewayclassiccars.com   It was fondly referred to as “The Black Bomb” mostly because it had been hit by something much larger than itself in the back right corner, giving it a Phantom of the Opera sans mask look. …

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The A Train from 103rd Street February 10, 2011 at 10:48PM

February 11, 2011
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The Honey Badger

February 11, 2011

The first one is the real nature video.  There are some very graphic scenes of the Honey Badger catching and eating it’s prey.  Just wanted to put that out there for the squimish folks. The second one is the same video with a different voice over.  Watch the serious one first, its OK it you look…

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You Are Here

February 3, 2011

All journeys begin at Point A and end at Point B.  Of course there will be hundreds of stops along the way during this particular adventure, but every trip has a beginning, a middle and an end.  Fortunately for me, I’m currently focusing on the beginning. View Larger Map”

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