Week 2: Georgia to Virginia
The second week was a little less busy than the first, and I took a few days off to spend with friends and family. Read the summary here.
Week 1: Texas to Georgia
We're seven days into the trip and having a good time! Read the week 1 summary here.
Almost Done With Week 1
I am putting the finishing touches on a week one summary to share details about the adventure, but in the meantime the best place to keep up to date is on the Instagram feed. Every day, I share pictures like the ones below, along with descriptions. Chesky and I have been through Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia so far, and the adventure continues. We have seen beautiful countryside, met amazing people, and had a great experience overall so far!
And We're Off!
Chesky and I hit the road this morning after a Labor Day party and some fond farewells. We will be traveling for approximately 90 days, (depending on weather, incident, and circumstance) living in the 16-foot trailer. I've had the trailer parked in our driveway for the past week, which provided an opportunity to fix last minute glitches (like a faulty hard-wired carbon monoxide alarm), pack, and do a little decorating to make it home. I think we're ready! Stay tuned for upda
The Inundation of Data, Maps, and Tools
It's the final weekend before launch, and I have officially run out of time for creating new data visualizations pre-trip. In order to not lose all the research I've done thus far, I compiled a list below of all the data, maps, applications, and tools to come back to when I have some time. Data Demographic data for the US supplied by the Minnesota Population Center The National Historical Geographic Information System provides census data and boundary files for the United Sta