That's the idea, at least. I'm walking westward from New York City for nine months or so.
If everything goes according to plan, I'll be in Oregon when the clock runs out.
If nothing goes according to plan, maybe I'll end up in Peru or Mongolia or Pennsylvania.
You can read all about the details of my trip
if you're so inclined.
“Que Sera, Sera,” congrats Sera, “what will be, will be…”
I see those rails down there under the over pass you’re on. Have you been riding the rails again hobo? Does look like it would be a beautiful ride through the mountain valley.
Sure hope someone gives you some Flathead Cherries to try :)
mmmmm Flathead Cherries, I’m heading to Missoula next week but alas you will be in Washington or Idaho (depending on your route) by then .
great photography TJ!
Interesting perspective in this photo, and what beautiful mountains, sky, etc. Again, I love these shapes, colors of this area.
Matt is in for lots more spectacular scenery.
Nice shot….a valley it sure is.
Very pretty! Loving that blue sky. Hope you are having low humidity! This road makes me think of the one that made me sea-sick. It was like zig-zag all the way down. Of course you experience the zig-zag more intensely if you are driving a car.
The sunset over the valley must be awesome.
what tune do you think matt has in his head as he walks. or did i miss something way back and he has an ipod? wonder what his playlist is…..
No radio, No ipod…Just a droid…which I suspect can play any internet staion he wants.
Full list of items he has is available
Two Medicine Country???…I think that may be just North of where Matt is…more near Kalispell…beautiful area…I don’t know if he will pass through any part of that…Blackfeet Country, the tribe I mean…
I think Matt is sending a signal. Does he go left or right or is he Miss o u la? Did you wave at the RAIL HOBOS as they rolled past you? I think all HOBOS RAILY like each other regardless of mode of transportation.
What a great shot of the valley with the railroad tracks coming round the mountain and the 3 ranges of mountains folding into the valley.
Keep on tracking Matt!
Neither is a direct route to Oregon.