Well, here we are.
We’re at the end of my roadtrip – I’ve packed up my house in Cambridge, loaded up a car, and bid adieu to my friends and family. I’ve seen more friends along the way, and said both hello and goodbye to them all in succession.
We’ve ate, drank, and made merry.
We had a going away party.
I’ve added a few states to my list of places that I’ve climbed, and visited a few more national parks.
I ate my last brunch at the Foundry, and said goodbye to Ringo for the last time.
So what happened on that trip? Well.
Total miles traveled: 5,733
States traversed: 15
Cost of Gas: $659.63
Miles per Gallon, for a Mustang, with a bike rack and a ton of gear: 23.9, est.
Nights spent in Hotels: 1
Nights spent in houses: 4
Nights spent camping under the stars: 23
Cost of Camping for a month: $426
Major climbing locations explored: Chattanooga, Zion, Yosemite
Days spent climbing: 6, plus some partials
Guide books purchased: 4
Memories made: uncountable
Regrets: Breaking the rear window of the Mustang. Aside from that, nothing!
Sounds like you had quite an exciting trip.Just came back from visiting your gramma and grampa in Maine and saw some of the pictures of you mountain climbing.Pretty brave guy I would say Hope the job is going well and that you have a good life living in Oregon.We love you very much.
Aunt Betty and Uncle Paul.