No Finish Line Ribbon

There was no finish line ribbon as I drove into the city limits. No streets filled with cheering people gesturing for a high five.
Driving into my hometown I could not help but smile. With each passing car I thought to myself “they have no clue where this dirty green van has been or what I have just personally accomplished.” After one year, seven months and 14 days of traveling 50,382.9 miles across the lower 48 states and a spontaneous trip to Nicaragua for trail race, I am done. What a way to wake up from a dream.

Stay tuned for the next adventure…

5 comments

  1. David Warady · July 2, 2016

    Congrats. We were all cheering and high fiving, virtually. 🙂 What a great life time of stories you get to share.

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    • JAdRunning · July 3, 2016

      Thanks David! Us taking over a parking lot to chat was a major highlight of my journey!

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      • David Warady · July 3, 2016

        Glad to be a part of your unforgettable experience. Btw, my 1st WSOP event (#56) is at 11am today. Have fun in Holland.

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      • JAdRunning · July 3, 2016

        Awesome! Good skill my friend! Researching places to visit in Holland right now with my Dad.

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      • David Warady · July 3, 2016

        Thanks. I’m ready. In Holland, I’ve been here. Very cool. Have fun.
        https://www.melkweg.nl/nl/

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