cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog It was during my visit to Calgary that Doug Symington and D'Arcy Norman suggested I make some tour t-shirts for my 2011 Road Odyssey -- but I never really got around to it. I thought I would end up with ...

Dig on in...

cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by fliegender It was March 17 of 2011 when I described my plan to jump out into the great wide open, which was most filled by the 5 month/15,000 mile road odyssey, but started with some reflection time and ...

Dig on in...

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog The loop is now closed, having returned home on Friday, November 18-- this is one day past week 22. I have to say that doing these weekly updates were a blast and saved me the trouble of writing actual blog ...

Dig on in...

I do not have the fancy red shoes, but I do have a kick-ass red pickup truck! cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog My 2011 Road Odyssey closed its lop last night when I got home at 6:30pm to my home in Strawberry, AZ, 15,030 miles and ...

Dig on in...

cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by Hambo The travel is wearing on me. I am not complaining (much). This whole experience is wrapped up in the gift of my god mother's memory for making it posible, and the stream of memories of connections made, re-made, made ...

Dig on in...

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog What could be more appropriate for this trip than Kerouac? I picked this book up... on the road? and started reading it on a beach in Virginia. I violated my rule of writing my review before reading any others; I usually ...

Dig on in...

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog Number of days on the road: 140 Miles Driven: 12,675 Most Recent 1000 mile marker: 12,000 miles, south of Atlanta, GA on October 30 Number of States/Provinces driven in: 24 Number of US/Canadian Border Crossings: 5 Status of #occupycanada: currently occupying! Money spent on gas: ...

Dig on in...

What started out as another set of family pictures for the Dear Photograph (or Return to the Scene of the Crime) ds106 assignment sprawls a bit more as I find connection points-- let's see by the end if they lead anywhere. Perhaps a path. Made of bricks. It has to ...

Dig on in...

cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by ailatan Okay, I admit right here it is cheesy cheap to grab attempt with an #occupy title, but that is where I am headed tomorrow, on my continued mission to become Canadian. This has been a long running effort, going ...

Dig on in...

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog Among the memorabilia curated by my Mom was something I wrote for the confirmation ceremony I did in (?) 10th grade as my last year of religious school. I was pretty much not tuned into the Hebrew School thing but ...

Dig on in...