Category Archives: The Trip

Places I’ve already been, things I’ve already done.

[This one is the longest yet. I don’t apologize. Nor would I care if you didn’t feel like reading it. But it is likely my last…] Today, January 13, 2011 marks the end of a very exciting chapter in my life. It may come as a surprise to many, and an unwelcome one for some, […]
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The fun part about this trip is that it has no rules. I have nothing to prove to anyone, myself included, and that allows me a lot of freedom. My goal is to have a good time, and the decisions I make, whether bg or small, are based on this tenet. Lately this has led […]
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Greetings from sunny Puerto Vallarta! I’ve spent my days since I checked in last mostly lounging on various beaches, interspersed with some riding, and a bit of surfing. My equipment seems to have taken a disliking to this trip, because since I’ve written last a good number of things have broken. The biggest heartbreak is […]
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The last two weeks have possibly been two of the most important of this entire trip for me, although I’ll admit they don’t make for stories quite as exciting as some I’ve had in the past. The importance is mostly within me. If this were a movie, there would have to be some narration over […]
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If you’ve been reading along at all over the last six months, you’ve probably caught on to the fact that my trip is first and foremost about people. Friends, really. In the US it was as much about seeing my old friends, who at this point have become scattered, as it was about making new […]
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Surprise!! Im still alive! Much to the amazement of 99% of people I’ve run across in my travels, I have traveled into Mexico and survived more than a week now without being robbed or kidnapped or killed! Either I’m just a very lucky or resourceful guy, or Mexico isn’t nearly as bad as the American […]
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