A major part of our journey across the USA concerns sourcing and collecting food.
We do this in various ways, and we’ve been incredibly lucky with the amount and the variation we’ve been treated to. It’s been fairly easy, if we boil it down, and it was especially easy in the amazing city of Denver where the residents have been treated for over 10 years…
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A major reason for doing this trip was to meet as many people – real Americans, living their day to day lives – as possible. And there’s something we’ve begun to notice.
It’s important to us that we get to know the country “from the ground” – through the eyes and experiences of people who don’t work in the media or aren’t celebrities or aren’t used to dealing with tourists on their turf.
You get a much bigger picture of life in the US.
Continue reading “The Ultimate Question”
We pretty much spent the whole of this week in Denver! Two nights turned into six and we started to discuss if it would really be that bad if we just stayed in Denver until October, failing the challenge, but hey, having a great time.
We got into a routine of volunteering, eating amazing food, laying in the park. It was great. And we could not have done it without all of these people. Thank you so much.
Continue reading “Week Five: Thank You.”
We often feel like we’re walking a tightrope with this trip.
At the end of the day, we have an aim: all 48 states in 5 months, without spending a single cent along the way. It’s tough, and it takes trial and error, but we sometimes wonder where the line is between resourcefulness and manipulation.
Continue reading “Charm, Chance & a Pinch of Luck”