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.
Ya…and putting one of those signs every few feet would really add to the beauty…I think we should “crop” the sign…the rest is very beautiful…First again???…getting boring…Hi Matt…keep going…
So, Matt, no campfires tonight unless in a designated area, right? Do you make campfires and roast hot dogs on branch sticks and marshmellows and make samores? You definitely need to do that when you get to Rockaway! Big beach bonfire and a big beer party with the works!
Must have pizza….too…right ..?
not just keepin it green – keepin it MATT green!
that’s what I was thinking David !!
Seems like an old sign for using the “green” terminology. I guess in the Northwest, they were green before being green was cool.
Excellent point, John!
This is why we are called the “Evergreen State”
Never knew 1000 = 200.
What are those curlicue things on the concrete railroad ties?
spikes. one on each side, holding it to the railroad tie
Must be nice to keep it Green especially for Matt Green. Were you the least bit tempted to take a marker and write in small lettering Matt so it would say “Matt Green”? he he. I know I would’ve been.
Hey Matt you’re awfully close to those train tracks there. Be careful you don’t get hit.
Wow, is that painted on the concrete? I thought it was a wooden sign. Nice sentiment.