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Chapter 17 January 2022

Last Edit: 1-23-22: (Jan 1 – Jan 31) I have reached some goals but now it is time to make the next change and focus a bit more on my work. I need to figure out how to combine the two and manage my days better. A plan that includes the routines that I can […]

Chapter 13: 365 to 395 Try or Try Not

Last content update 1-21-22, edit poor wording, general edits and adding more detail. Previous Chapter 12: Light – End -Tunnel 330-365! Next Chapter 14: 395 – 425 5.0 Keep on Booking 10-14-2021:Day 395 Daily Steps: 21,376 Shenandoah National Park. Big Meadow campsite. #2 This was an amazing day and the weather was beautiful. The season […]

Chapter 5: PushN On 120 – 150 days

Last Edit 01-26-2021: Just as a reminder, I’m doing this for myself and for no other reason other than health, and I enjoy it. I am not looking to set the world on fire or break records, just keeping at it and seeing how good I can get at all this. Have fun, life is […]

September JT Road Trip and Event

(last update 10-04-2020) * with edits and more photos and content I’m in a unique position to be able to do something I love that also allows me to help my brother take care of my elderly mother. First and foremost I could not do with the support of the following partnerships supporting my media […]

Chapter 2: Bike on 30-60: Rides Treks

(last update 10-22-2020) Chapter 1: 21 Day Self Goal 01-30 / Chapter 2: Bike on 30-60 / Chapter 3: Keep On KeepN 61-90 / Chapter 4: KeepN Up! 91–120, Chapter 5: PushN On 120–150 / Chapter 6: TryN and Still Flyin 150-180 / Chapter 7: DropBars and BookN it! 180-210 / Chapter 8: Switching Gears […]

Hiking Grand canyon 2019

Home base for my three here was the the South rim camp site 48. Tuesday I did the typical tourist stuff, Camped out for the night then went 6.32 miles down into the canyon, There are twelve glorious months a year to visit the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, and each season has its […]

Kayaking Maryland 2019

Launch point was Chapel Point is an undeveloped multi-use park that boasts a waterfront on the beautiful Port Tobacco River, a tributary of the Potomac River. The 600-acre Chapel Point State Park is located in southern Charles County, about 5 miles south of LaPlata on Chapel Point Road.

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