0 more sleeps to go…

Posts for Days 43 and 44 are coming tomorrow… They will be lengthy (but gripping) and cover the final moments of our tour of America, ending in fatality and rebirth. I’ll be sitting in an airport for quite a few hours tomorrow, so I think I’ll be able to write everything and get it all posted up.

Trust me, it’s worth the wait.

(This is assuming they’ll let me take my laptop as carry-on. Thanks to recent unfortunate events, they may not. Cross your fingers…)

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5 Responses to “0 more sleeps to go…”

  1. John Says:

    Since we all parted ways last night, it’s been a very strange couple of hours. After 6 weeks with you all, it feels slightly unnatural to be on my own again. But having had some time to myself and time enough to return to reality and speak with normal people again, I’ve come to realize that you guys are the gayest (figuratively, although sometimes literally with Max), most ridiculous, messed up, depraved, psychotic bunch of guys I’ve ever done anything with. Don’t call me for a full year, I need time to recover. But in all seriousness, so much fun with you all. I’ve enjoyed the summer immensely and still cannot quite believe we’ve finished. Safe journeys home.

    PS. Should have warned you guys about Zanesville. It’s dodgy to say the least. Had a teacher in elementary school who moved from Zanesville, said her neighbor named her 8 kids, “One,” “Two,” “Three,” “Four”… get the picture?

  2. Sacha Says:

    Hey guys! Welcome to Balto! I hope that you enjoyed the food basket that we put together for you! (Let me just tell you the entire office wanted to keep that one!) Congrats on making it here! Have a safe flight home (remember not to bring anything liquid aboard).

  3. carolyn pierce Says:

    It has been more than two weeks since you posted any random images. They were so enjoyed, and worse yet, my computer screen reflects an “old news” shot of the Mid West. How about sharing some photos with your public?

  4. Zaheim Al Taariq Says:


    I heartily congratulate you for reaching your goal. We eagerly await to be apprised of the final hours of your journey.

    As-salaam alaykum.

  5. josh carlton Says:

    My last day of summer term is tomorrow, and though I only know David, I feel like I’ve spent my summer with all of you…except for the grueling miles and near-death experiences. Thanks for keeping my spirit up.

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