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.
I believe you’re safe. Happy trails!
Love the calculation, Matt — once and engineer, always and engineeer, eh? :-)
Once AN engineer, always AN engineer!
If the HOBO PLANET went across this bridge at once we would be in trouble.
Here is the website for the Steadfast Bridges –
Ieven noticed they offer a DYOB-TRUSS (Design Your Own Bridge) not to be confused with BYOB!
Dang I should have read the caption first (I was hypnotized by being the first poster.)
i see this bridge was built in Fort Payne, AL-your state!
ROLL TIDE COUNTRY. This company has the type bridges all over the world. They are pedestrian bridge experts I reckon.
OMG! IT was built in Fort Payne, AL! Hah! Thanks to Flickr Zoom, I can SEE that! :)
Glad the bridge held up for Matt and the Mattmobile! And hopefully everyone else, even those > 5 tons. (but don’t risk it!)
Great company name – Biltolast ;-)
Is Matt wearing a pedometer? … 1,000,000 + steps
NOW you come up with that item?!
Beauty all around and good thing you didn’t collapse the bridge. At least now you know what your cart doesn’t weigh. Although that bag of yours on the bottom seems to be getting pretty full and nearly hanging on the ground. Is that your hat I see hanging upside down under that water bottle?
This is a great picture of the Mattmobile – I’m inspecting every aspect of it on Flickr! (and the bridge as well)
Yea for the bridge…,my that bear spray is sure getting a workout isn’t it. Well lets hope it stays put right there on them handlebars…..any troll’s yet??
Love that name biltolast products.
The toilet in Matt’s bathroom is reputed to have failed a similar test on one occasion.
I’m gonna have to just trust you on that one, Matt.