The Grand Return

I haven't done much blogging since completing my Appalachian Trail thru hike. I hope y'all didn't get too worried. I am far from dead. The last seven months have flown by faster than I could have imagined. I have transitioned from being homeless, to living in a car, to living in a house and unemployed, to being employed and in a house, to being employed and in another house. All of this transitioning is only preparing me to be homeless again in a few months. Circle of life. 

View from Big Spring park in Huntsville, Alabama

I've redone my website. I think it's a little better. Some fancy things like search bars and such. I know what you're thinking, but I don't think I'm ready to give up my free and active lifestyle for a billion dollar career in computer programming. One thing I added that I hope is useful is the ability to join the website with a name and email address to get emails when new posts come in. It did give the option to have a little tally there at the bottom of the form that says how many people have joined, but I thought that would be pitifully embarrassing so I didn't check that box. 

So I have more travel and adventure plans coming up in July. That's one reason I'm starting this website back up. I'll be headed to Tokyo and the Philippines. Then continuing west for an indefinite amount of time. I'll write more about it later and also about what I've been doing for the last seven months.

This trip is going to be very different. My website is a little different. I think my writing will be different. I think I'm different than when I first started this website. If you liked this blog before, I hope you still will. If you didn't like it before, you're welcome for the second chance. 

Stay tuned for more updates. 

Walking down Franklin Street in Huntsville, Alabama