Red Mountain, CO (August 18, 2007)

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Monday, August 27, 2007

Home Sweet Home

I arrived home today safe and sound and I thank God. Our travel totaled 19 days, 5,359 miles, and 17 states (West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Virginia, and Maryland).

To date there were 730 visits to the blog and from 18 different countries. (Wow!)This has truly been a great adventure. I want to thank Rich for deciding to come along (and Maude, his wife, for allowing it!).

I didn’t create any entries from August 21st until now. I GOT TIRED, OK! Actually, there wasn’t much to see in scenery. I had planned to stop in St Louis to photograph the arch. I missed the exit because of construction and we wound up on the other side of the river instead. I decided to keep riding toward Kentucky.

We arrived in Louisville on Friday and spent two great days with friends and family (I thank you all!!). We needed the R&R.

The trip from Louisville to home in Maryland gave me time to reflect on our journey and what we had seen and done. Was it worth it? Yes. Would I do it again? Yes. But next time it will be in an RV.

I hope you enjoyed following our journey.



TheElegantVagrant said...

AHH! I was 2 years too late! Looks like you had an incredible journey!!!

I'm embarking on a perpetual road trip starting September 1st! Sold and donated all my personal belongings, and my girlfriend and I will be camping, couch surfing, volunteering, and sleeping in the car all over the US! We plan to post a lot of pictures, videos, thoughts, stories, blurbs, etc. We hope to interview locals on environmental and social issues to raise awareness. Please check out my blog and give us your thoughts, recommendations, or whatever!

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AHH! I was 2 years too late! Looks like you had an incredible journey!!!