Anyone up for joining Team Adventure for the last leg?

So I’m in a bit of a jam.  I am unsure where to go from here and how to actually get to the Pacific.  I either have to go across Nevada, which is desert and lacks water, or up through Idaho and Oregon, which lacks towns for hundreds of miles here and there. Also, cougars.

Bit of a sticky wicket, it is.

There is a possible ride over the rockies and up towards Seattle , but I really don’t want to ride the whole way. I want to have that feeling of slowly walking closer to the ocean, of being able to suddenly smell the salt water, and the sense of accomplishment.

I just don’t know.

I’ve got a day or two more to figure it out.  If I could somehow convince someone to drive along as car support then I could manage any direction, but I don’t have anyone up for that.  I’d love to go up to the Oregon coast, and then maybe walk  up towards Seattle.

Anyone feel like taking a slow drive from Denver to the Oregon coast? I’ll help with gas and you can camp out with Anna and me. It’ll be fun! Who doesn’t want to take a car trip at 20 to 30 miles per day? You could be part of Team Adventure! You’d even get a special Accomplishment Icon.  Pretty tempting, isn’t it?

In all seriousness, I honestly am looking for someone for car support.  If you or anyone you know would like to help me out and see a beautiful part of the country along the way, please to let me know.

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5 thoughts on “Anyone up for joining Team Adventure for the last leg?

  1. so very tempting I would even love to hike it with you and carry extra water…wish I could get away from it all and just do it! Does my wishing help you at all? I hope so.

    wishing and hoping, Jo

  2. I still say if you get to Salt Lake City or Twin Falls ID with your ride to Seattle you can walk most of the way in populated valleys. You may need to hitch a ride over a couple mountain passes.
    It would be a great walk. Better hurry though it starts snowing up in the higher elevations pretty early.

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