Tag Archives: exhaustion

Machu Picchu!

Skipping over (for now) Quito, Banos, Cuenca, Trujillo & Chan Chan, and Lima — I’m in Cusco and I went to Machu Picchu yesterday! Alone on like two hours of sleep, in the rain, on swollen ankles and borked knees … Continue reading

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the spires of tallinn

I think I had something moderately interesting to say here, but I’ve been fighting with photography all afternoon/evening, so instead I’m just going to dump a bunch of non-formatted photos here to wade through. There are many more but I … Continue reading

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Reno: ?????

I get off the bus in Reno and it’s raining. I spent the last week in San Francisco and it’s the first time I’ve felt rain since Montreal, I think — in Reno. (Side note: whenever you think about taking … Continue reading

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Day 30: Irvine, CA // Apogee

Not the farthest point from origin geographically, perhaps, but after 6,500ish miles, I am at the end point before I begin retracing my steps. A brief 18-odd layover in Seattle has left me minus a bike and pair of flip … Continue reading

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Day 5 Part 2: New York City // Redux (again)

Well, shit, I’ve missed a day already.  I should probably take time out of the actual day to try to update, until it’s 2am and I’m bone tired from bouncing around the northeast, without the alone-time to regenerate. Though last … Continue reading

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Day 30: Washington, DC / Leg 1: Complete!

Miles: 30 (bicycle); a metric fuckload (car) And through the combined forces of my body, my bicycle and my friends, in one month minus one day I have made it from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Washington, DC. I did not make … Continue reading

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Day 25: Columbus, OH / too tired to think of clever subtitle

50 miles closer to the ocean. The last chunk of today’s 50 miles was actually easier than the first (except where I ripped the skin off my ankle bone again walking my bike awkwardly up a hill, like two blocks from … Continue reading

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