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Trip Log – Day 396 – St Augustine FL to Ponte Vedra Beach FL

December 19, 2016 – Fog, 60 degrees Miles Today: 33 Miles to Date: 20,705 States to Date: 48    Saint Augustine is a lovely town, even on a grey day. The Visitor’s Center gives a good overview of the city’s … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Laura Lee and Cara Hines, Abilene TX

Intuition and trust are not zero-sum traits; they are expanding blossoms. The more we exercise them, the deeper they root in our psyches, the greater they flower in our countenance. My rewarding experiences with so many people over the past … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 389 – Panama City FL to Apalachicola FL

December 12, 2016 – Everything but snow, 70 degrees Miles Today: 62 Miles to Date: 20,338 States to Date: 48  Woke before dawn and gulped Adam’s instant coffee before heading out at first light to get to Apalachicola by two … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 385 – Selma AL to Montgomery AL

December 8, 2016 – Cloudy, 50 degrees Miles Today: 69 Miles to Date: 20,054 States to Date: 47            In 1964, on the steps of the Alabama State Capital, where segregationist George Wallace served as governor, … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 370 – Bentonville AR to Fayetteville AR

November 20, 2016 – Sunny, 50 degrees Miles Today: 36 Miles to Date: 19,103 States to Date: 47  Happiness is all about underplaying expectations. Thirty-six miles on a gorgeous day along the Razorback Greenway all the way to Fayetteville: what … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Kerry Regan and Frank Bouchard, Manhattan, KS

Sometimes you meet folks and you can’t stop talking. I arrived at Frank’s after six. We chatted about our times in Haiti, his world travels and work as an environmental monitor for NEON (National Environmental Observation Network, which will collect … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Rick Erwin, City Museum, Saint Louis, MO

“If you build it, they will come.” That paraphrase of the voice Kevin Costner heard in his Field of Dreams more than twenty-five years ago has become the mantra of great development successes, and the bane of endeavors gone bust. … Continue reading

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