Day 128


August 1st, 2010

(The skinny part.)

Also, Pacific Time!


  1. Candice In Alabama says:

    Matt – You are back again!

    • Candice In Alabama says:

      Is that supposed to be “PANHANDLER”? – I guess I’ll go google MAP!

      • Candice In Alabama says:

        I’m slow – PANDHANDLE. Like the Oklahoma Panhandle or the Florida Panhandle! I’m suffering from “not enough weekend”.

  2. Jeff says:

    No Panhandling….just freebies.

  3. deb says:

    Oh! I’ll bet this will be a gorgeous part of the country! Can’t wait to see the pictures.

    • Dorinda from Mentor, Oh. says:

      Depends on what he chooses to shoot and show us. Hope he shows us great views but who knows. Been good so far.

  4. Jeff says:

    set your clock back yet?

  5. Sarah in OR says:

    My grandparents live in Sandpoint – it is beautiful. Enjoy :)

  6. Lori says:

    Welcome to my “neck of the woods”… God’s Country… North Idaho. You’re going to love Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes, the biking/walking trail that goes for miles. Good thing you will be hitting it mid-week, because on weekends the bike traffic is like a major interstate.

    • Jeff says:

      Isn’t the Whole World “god’s country”??

    • MN Roxanne says:

      I’m so glad he’ll have trails not busy roads to travel… are you going to look up Matt while he’s in your area?? Thanks for all the info you’ve shared on the area…

    • Dan says:

      And a fond farwell as you leave Montana. I hope you found in the Big Sky a state full of friendly people, awesome areas of “emptiness”, beautiful vistas and fond memories. I will continue to follow your journey.

  7. Jacob says:

    As opposed to Montana which was biggest state on your route, Idaho will probably be the shortest!

  8. Jen says:

    no, you da ho!


  9. deanna valenti meyer says:

    Woot! Woot!! You’re in my time zone now. :)

  10. hks says:

    So can we call it the “fingerling” part of the state :D

  11. Dorinda from Mentor, Oh. says:

    Yeah! and Yeah! Another state reached, another one down. Forest looks lush there. Pretty. How many different birds and wildlife have you spotted and seen? Got to be amazing the differences between NYC and there.
    Looks like the U.S. dept. of Agriculture could stand to spruce up the sign a bit eh? Glad the trails are marked though. I always like to know where I’m at.

  12. Gigi says:

    Another state! Way to go Matt!

  13. Barb V from Michigan says:

    Whoo-hoo! Way to go, Matt! Just a few hundred more miles to go!

  14. Karen Too says:

    Yep, another state, another calendar month (as I said a few posts back). Amazing.

    As always, looking forward to the pictures of the new terrain, new people, new adventures.

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