My Progress

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To see posts from my trip, click the markers on the map below!

11 thoughts on “My Progress

  1. Hey couz, I wish you guys an excellent trip! I know myself what you are going through and I miss that feeling!
    Enjoy, and keep us updated!
    b.

  2. this isss so incredible dude dude — can’t wait to follow the progress, i’ll be in germany/austria late september, + octoberfest, if ur by chance in.

    all the best!

  3. Wonderfully original idea for a trip. You two will have upper body strength to rival Hercules if you actually can complete this trip. Looks pretty cold already and you are still in France. My knowledge of wines is not great, but isn’t the Loire Valley renown for its whites. Like to see a photo of one of those besides your your rather plain dinner fare. Given the amount of calories you must be burning you can forgo the salads and go for those Julia Child butter-soaked sauces w no bad effect. Keep up the blogs. Last river trip I read about was Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. Hoping this one ends in more upbeat fashion.

  4. This is awesome Johnny! Love the pictures! Good luck with your travels and can’t wait to read more as you go.

  5. What an unreal adventure…… Looks like you fashioned a pretty nice little canoe dolly there, well done. Will look forward to more posts!

    Happy paddling!

  6. Wow! Your Mom just shared your blog site and I just finished catching up…. so very excited for you… I feel like I was right there with you, well almost. Can’t wait to read more. Keep the pics coming. Thinking about you.
    Hugs, XOXO
    N

  7. I can’t believe how far along you are! Well done! Looks like you’re having an awesome time and are on schedule to make it home for Christmas (and possibly to see the Bills make the playoffs, although I don’t want to jinx it…) Enjoy every minute til then! xx

  8. Well Done Cuz! Keep up the good work. In a classic older cousin/curmudgeon style, I would like to place a request for more stories involiving wild gyspie encounters in the dew of morning, grappling with a prehistoric native fish never seen before by white men from upstate New York, or arm wrestling a Romanian for free drinks and a chance at a beautiful girl. I know there are plenty of stories like that, and being the impatient one in the family, I don’t wish to wait till a cocktail party at Christmas to hear them. Just playing….no seriously. :) Happy Paddling! Can’t wait to see all the pics when you get home.

    Josh