Monthly Archives: October 2010

Laying it all on the line

“There is nothing wrong with your [internet]. Do not attempt to adjust the [page]. We are controlling transmission… For the next hour, sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear. We repeat: there is nothing wrong … Continue reading

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Oregon for a minute

I made it to Oregon (38th state!) last night, but I feel like I’m cheating in counting it yet. I’m in Ontario, Oregon, which is literally the first exit off of the interstate after leaving Idaho. And I’m going back … Continue reading

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Operation Idaho: Day 2

What do you think of when you hear the name “Idaho”? Potatoes! Which are very delicious, by the way. Despite the fact that this tiny museum is like any other tiny museum tiny towns throw together to earn a dollar … Continue reading

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Blessing in disguise?

No gargantuan entry today. At least it’s not in the plan. But we know how plans often go on this trip! Starting on Tuesday, November 2nd, I’ll have my first (and possibly only, it’s looking like) passenger on my trip! … Continue reading

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The Land of Mormons

Coming to you live from Ogden, Utah at 6:30 am local time. First, I want to clear some things up since several people read my last post the wrong way. I said it was a time where I was giving … Continue reading

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Woe Unto Me

I think last night was one of the few nights where I just gave up on my trip, – documenting it, planning it, or really caring about it – just laid in a hotel room bed, and did nothing. On … Continue reading

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Yellowstone changed my life

The title isn’t an exaggeration or hyperbole. And the words and pictures that follow will never be able to do October 20, 2010 justice. I’ll do my best to try though… The drive from Billings, MT to the North Gate … Continue reading

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