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Return to Seekonk

Andy here. I finished up the hike on July 10 and have been back home in Seekonk for the last week and a half, after vacationing for a few days in Port Angeles, WA, and then catching up with some friends in NYC, where I also had a live interview on FOX News Channel. The […]

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Port Townsend, WA

JULY 2, 2005 — PORT TOWNSEND, WA Andrew has hiked 7,582 miles, 97.4% of his 7,778-mile hike across the continent Andrew arrived in Oroville, WA on Saturday, June 18th. Ellie Bramin, a member of the PNT association had arranged a nice dinner with local trail members. Andrew always enjoys the opportunity to meet with new […]

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Oroville, WA

SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2005 — OROVILLE, WA Andrew has hiked 7,181 miles. He has completed 93% of his 7700 mile hike. The week of June 12th, Andrew continued to hike the Pacific Northwest Trail. He lost the trail while traveling XC. The weather and the daylight made finding points difficult, and Andrew chose the wrong […]

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Northport, WA

SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 2005 — NORTHPORT, WA Andrew has hiked 6,994 miles, 90% of his 7,700-mile hike across the continent. Andrew had another good, interesting stretch of time on the trail. After leaving Eureka, on June 2nd, Andrew had two days of solid, heavy rain. Then, it rained or sprinkled every day for the week. […]

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Eureka, MT

SUNDAY, JUNE 5 — EUREKA, MT Andrew has hiked 6,785 miles, 88% of his 7,700-mile hike across the continent. Andrew left Augusta, MT on May 21st and passed by a ranch that was hosting a “branding party”. He was invited to join and had his first experience with this real Montana tradition. Everyone, including family, […]

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Augusta, MT

SATURDAY, MAY 21 — AUGUSTA, MT Andrew left Fort Peck on Sunday May 8th and began hiking through the Charles Russell National Wildlife Refuge. This was the week of heavy storms rolling through the Midwest.. On Tuesday, May 10th, it was raining as Andrew was setting up his shelter. Andrew woke up at 5:15am and […]

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Fort Peck, MT

MAY 8, 2005 — FORT PECK, MT Andrew has hiked 5980 miles (or 78%) so far. On Monday April 25th, Andrew finished hiking the 4,400 mile North Country Trail. He then began a 900 mile section of terrain without defined hiking trails. He made an intentional 130 mile detour southwest into the Theodore Roosevelt National […]

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Riverdale, ND

APRIL 25, 2005 — RIVERDALE, ND Andrew has hiked 5,632 miles, 73 % of his 7,700 mile Sea to Sea Hike. There are six points that Andrew wanted to make about the past week (Monday April 19 to Monday April 25). First, Andrew has transitioned from the headwaters of the Sheyenne River to the Mississippi […]

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Valley City, ND

APRIL 16, 2005 — VALLEY CITY, ND (Andrew has hiked 5326 miles, 69% of his 7,700 mile hike across the continent) There were four defining moments this past week. The first was that Andrew had three full days of rain. Each day was all rain, falling every way but vertical. That made for a tough […]

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Frazee, MN

APRIL 10, 2005 — FRAZEE, MN (Andrew has hiked 4937 miles, 64% of his 7,700-mile hike across the continent) Last week, Andrew found one unusual piece of “trail magic.” Andrew enjoyed “one ice cold can of beer that was probably lost by a snow-mobiler.” Andrew thanks his unknown friend for this bit of “trail magic […]

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