Journal of a Road Warrior – Originally Posted March 16th, 2010

Well… Sometimes I cannot find internet, but none the less…I shall blog, you better believe.

Library House - Day 2 - Bellingham

I type this sitting on the deck of what one referred to it as a co-op home. The occupancy numeration is undetermined, the walls are littered with posters about the inner soul and BoyzIIMen (apparently the B2M is a “family heirloom) and the wonderful souls that I have met who live here are into ‘circus, yoga and healing. PLUS there is an alternative library that occupies the 2nd floor. Crazy wonderful ay? They weren’t even the people I was suppose to couch surf with…it just kind of happened after a successful movie showing at the Old Foundry thanks to Naomi and Seeds of Change. Donovan and his partner Hillary were on hand to make a batch of humus with delicious fallafel and Jack, an old crooner from Georgia filled in with song as well as the bearded and very Emile Hirsch-esque Eric, who also has a pension for whipping out a physical trick or two. Not making much sense ay? One of those you had to be there moments to really appreciate it. It was a wonderful day in Bellingham…the ride here was super tough, but I am hoping the rest goes well.

Trees, Water and Chucknut

Off the Anacortes and beyond!

I

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About mrmakdeck

I see tomorrow. I am biking to the end of the road, not to say I did it, but to see what's really there. From my travels I've learned that barriers are just lines on a map that once you get your passport stamped and your visas all in order don't exist anymore. It's okay to say I don't know and not know and learn something and forget it. It's great to go towards the unknown to make it known, or see if it retains its anonymity even as you come closer. I've met some amazing people and done some pretty cool things and have realized this spherical concoction of land and sea is only as unattainably big as you imagine it to be. So wake up and pedal each mile.

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