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Circumnavigating the US by Bike: 26 – Phoenix to Ocotillo

In August 2017 I set out on an open-ended bicycle tour circumnavigating the US. This video blog highlights the twenty-sixth leg of my journey from Phoenix, AZ to Ocotillo, CA. This video documents my journey into California as I traveled through the desert to the lush farm fields of California. Join me as I pass

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Circumnavigating the US by Bike: 25 – Tucson to Phoenix

In August 2017 I set out on an open-ended bicycle tour circumnavigating the US. This video blog highlights the twenty-fifth leg of my journey from Tucson to Phoenix, AZ. This section of the ride brought me through some incredible scenery in Tucson traveling completely on bike paths. The cacti you expect in the desert started

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Circumnavigating the US by Bike: 24 – Bisbee to Tucson

In August 2017 I set out on an open-ended bicycle tour circumnavigating the US. This video blog highlights the twenty-fourth leg of my journey from Bisbee to Tucson, AZ. This section of the ride brought me down from the high mountains of Bisbee the low desert of Tucson. Along the way, I experienced incredible downhills

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Circumnavigating the US by Bike: 23 – Hachita to Bisbee

In August 2017 I set out on an open-ended bicycle tour circumnavigating the US. This video blog highlights the twenty-third leg of my journey from Hachita, NM to Bisbee, AZ. This leg of the journey was an incredible ride through the high desert. I climbed some nice rolling hills and larger climbs for incredible views.

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How to Enhance Life Through Travel

These past few months have been a whirlwind of activity. I’ve spent time doing things I never imagined. My transient life ended when I spent two months in Houston helping rebuild after the hurricane. I’ve biked over 1000 miles across Texas and New Mexico. My mindset and outlook have been fundamentally changed. I began to