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this land is your land.

In the squares of the city, in the shadow of the steeple near the relief office, I’ve seen my people. And some are grumblin’ and some are wonderin’ if this land’s still made for you and me. – Woody Guthrie … Continue reading

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Good news for people who love good news

Today, we are the featured story on HooplaHa.com – an independent news site that believes in spreading positive and uplifting news. Please check out our video, and take a look around their awesome site! It’s guaranteed to give you the … Continue reading

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The Germanator

How rude of me, I forgot to introduce Rob! Back in Glenwood Springs, we stayed in the Glenwood Springs Hostel. They gave us a good deal – and we didn’t want to spend $30 on a tent camping site – … Continue reading

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mental health day in Moab

We are three days into the Utah desert. Our route thus far has paralleled I-70, through the most barren and empty expanses we have seen yet. Far off in all directions, mountains and canyon walls loom beyond the empty vastness … Continue reading

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twice around the sun

On September 18th, Kait and I took a day off in Grand Junction to celebrate our two-year wedding anniversary. In many ways, this walk has been a sort of strange extended honeymoon for us – we get to travel, spend … Continue reading

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Welcome to Utah

We finally reached the Utah border today. Everything west of Fruita, CO looks like pretty legit desert. Very tired. 80 miles to Green River.

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wrong turns on the way to Grand Junction

We followed the Colorado River through winding valleys, always west and down. Since 6 and I-70 join together past De Beque, CO, we had to find an alternate route toward Grand Junction. We walked south on highway 65, toward Mesa, … Continue reading

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down and to the West

So much is happening! But there is so little time to write and shuffle through photos and type on tiny keyboards. From Vail Pass (about 10,600′ above sea level) we walked down and down and down into the Vail valley, … Continue reading

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cosmic healing ’round the campfire

A fun thing happened: Kait’s cousin, Alison, came to find us on the road. Alison has been living a wild sort of life for the last several years: Everything she owns fits in her truck, and she has been moving … Continue reading

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the great divide

Today, we walked the last 1000′ up and over the Continental Divide, at Loveland Pass. We have been climbing and climbing since we got into Colorado, and now we are UP here. Up past the high Christmas tree forests, up … Continue reading

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