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  • Number of days on the road: 48
  • Miles Driven: 50905 5095
  • Number of States/Provinces driven in: 9
  • Number of US/Canadian Border Crossings: 1
  • Money spent on gas: $1132.56
  • Photos posted: 1247 (that is an average of 26.0 per day)
  • Number of nights in hotels/B&B: 9
  • Number of nights camping: 15
  • Most Number of consecutive nights camping: 5 (continuing into next week)
  • Most Number of consecutive days without a shower: 5 (see previous)
  • Weird Large Roadside Objects: 2 (Dog Bark Park, Cottonwood ID; Pysanka Egg, Vegreville AB)


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  • Friend/Relatives Homes Visited/Mooched Upon: 12
  • Best Bike Ride: Canmore to Banff and back with D’Arcy Norman, 23 miles. And beer.
  • Laundry Stops: 4
  • Boxes of Synders Pretzels Consumed: 2 (most recent lasted from Freeland, WA to Vancouver, BC)
  • Cans of Pringles Snorted in Car: 5
  • Number of Breweries Visited: 3 (Revolution Brewing, Paonia CO; Laughing Dog Brewing, Sandpoint ID; Grizzly Paw, Canmore AB).


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  • Best Campground and Experience (likely never to be knocked off this list): Canoeing to Wallace Island, BC with Scott Leslie; Least Impressive: Haag Cove, Washington
  • Number of new dogs met: 19
  • Number of Cousin Bobby Style postcards sent to Mom: 5 (Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, British Columbia, Alberta)
  • Most Unusual Not Your Met or MOMA Museums: 2 (EBR-1 Nuclear Breeder Reactor Museum, Idaho; Gopher Hole Museum, Torrington AB)


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An early 90s builder of the web and blogging Alan Levine barks at CogDogBlog.com on web storytelling (#ds106 #4life), photography, bending WordPress, and serendipity in the infinite internet river. He thinks it's weird to write about himself in the third person.

Comments

  1. Impressive stats! (You have driven over 50,000 miles in 48 days?) We must have started our trip about the same time! But we only have driven about 8000 miles. Glad you are having so much fun!

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