Day 133

Washington: Mile markers on gravel roads!

August 6th, 2010


  1. Stephen says:

    You are just knocking down those miles!!!

  2. katzien in austin says:

    Nice rolling hills too. Is it too peaceful??

  3. Altaira says:

    I’m from Washington i love it there you havent seen nothing yet it’s gets even better

  4. deb says:

    You have really chosen a lot of primitive roads/trails/cattlepaths/snaketraces for your route. It makes for some great scenic shots and weird sightings! Thanks for sharing them with us!

    • Jeff says:

      yea…wondering outloud to myself…(you can’t hear this right?) did he do it on purpose…if not..what luck. He said there were no landmarks or things like that planned .. it was a walk about walking and “seeing” what he would along the way.

      Love the primative thing.

  5. Candice In Alabama says:

    More lovely hills – though they look planted such that walking/climbing them – wouldn’t be practical?

  6. MN Roxanne says:

    impressive… no guessing along the way….

  7. hks says:

    Serendipity is a propensity for making fortuitous discoveries while looking for something unrelated. I believe this is what we all are experiencing with Matt along this journey of his and that’s what draws us back to his site every day.

  8. tim says:

    You have come a l9ong way and it seems like you are just about two Paul Bunyon steps away from the end line.

    It sure looks prettier than some places you have been.

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