Monthly Archives: March 2012

More New Orleans

November 26 & 27 The hostel in New Orleans is the worst hostel I have been to but it worked well for me. At $16 a night, it’s a much better deal than sleeping on the ground in a Florida … Continue reading

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Exploring New Orleans and Partying by Myself

November 25 When I arrived at the hostel yesterday, the two guys who were in charge of the front desk said they had been drinking since the day before. They kept at it all night and into the next day. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving, Stealth Peeing and New Orleans

Thanksgiving. Buccaneer State Park to New Orleans.  When traveling, it’s amazing how fast your surroundings can change. Even on a blue bicycle. So far on my bike trip I had been too busy to really miss my family and friends. … Continue reading

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Route-Finding And Middle Fingering

November 23. Bayou La Batre, Alabama to Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi. Thanksgiving Eve started in Bayou La Batre, Alabama 130 miles from New Orleans. I knew if I did a long day of spinning my feet in circles today, I … Continue reading

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Vanishing Breakfast, Alabama And Forrest Gump’s Hometown

November 22, 2011. Big Lagoon State Park, Florida, to Bayou La Batre, Alabama Before pedaling into to Big Lagoon State Park I bought tons of gas station food. It was the  end of the second 80-mile day in a row … Continue reading

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A Long Day on the Gulf of Mexico

November 21, Grayton Beach to Big Lagoon Sorry for the break in reportage. I took a week off the blog to concentrate on better paying work. I hope, dear reader, that you didn’t spend all your time thinking about me. … Continue reading

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Road Kill and Resorts on Florida’s Emerald Coast

November 20, 80 miles to Grayton Beach State Park Highway 98 is the only road along the Emerald Coast of Florida. A few sections of highway are not great for bicycling but there are usually no alternatives. Most of the … Continue reading

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