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Tuesday, Apr 10, 2007 from Wilmore, Kentucky

The map officially has character now. Take a good look at it. After a spontaneous 600 mile drive to Tennessee and another spontaneous 350 mile drive to St. Louis the map looks a whole lot different. Once again I will drive all the way through Tennessee again as I head to Alabama eventually. My schedule, plans, and everything else is all out of whack and I’m perfectly ok with it. In fact I’m excited about it! It wouldn’t be much of a road trip without deciding to drive a few hundreds miles in the opposite direction at the last minute.

After seeing my parents in Gatlinburg for a few days I thought I couldn’t get any higher. Never did I imagine that two weeks later I would be watching my alma mater win the national championship in hockey, which is of course the sport I live for.

I’ve been all over the place lately and in the last four nights I’ve slept in four different places. WAIT! This is a big first on the trip. In the last four nights I’ve slept in four different states! Friday: Mississippi. Saturday: Illinois. Sunday: Missouri. Monday: Kentucky. Now it’s hard to get work done when you’re moving around that much, wow!

What a trip this has been! With 22 states remaining there are a lot more stories to come about and a lot more adventure. I’m absolutely ecstatic!

Blog Date Posted: Apr 10, 2007 | 235 words | comments 0 Comments