“The road” takes it’s toll on everyone and in a lot of different ways. For us boys hygiene is often an afterthought, due to the extra effort required in grooming. So, we embrace our unshaven faces and unkept hair and try to look the part of the rugged wanderer. The following photographs reveal the physical results of the last 6-7 months of constant movement. Proceed with caution.
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Nels & Craig, Before & After Photos
July 29, 2009 – 12:01 am
By Craig Johnson | Posted in For some laughs, North America, Trip Thoughts, USA | Also tagged birthday cards, bums, Cartagena, caveman, Colombia, craig johnson, decameron, El Salvador, nels thoreson, Yellowstone Raft Company, Yellowstone River | Comments (0)
Nels’ Notes: Nomadic Wandering Shenanigans July 3-12, 2009
July 13, 2009 – 1:08 am
The long road has almost come to an end. Weâ€™re sitting here, at Steve momâ€™s place in Dillon, Sunday afternoon, with only an hour and forty-five minutes from home and the completion of the on the road portion of The World By Road Expedition. Weâ€™ll be making our way to Denver mid-day, Monday. Just the thought of the end of the road is a beyond eerie feeling, so I havenâ€™t a clue whatâ€™s going on in Shoppmanâ€™s mind, for this has been his life for the last 29 months. Itâ€™s been an incredible ride, and has been an amazing experience. Blogs on the finale will be up soon, put first on to the week in review.
By Nels Thoreson | Posted in Accomodation Reviews, Action Sports, Book and Media Recommendations, camping, Canada, Expedition Updates, North America, Trip Thoughts, USA | Also tagged Apgar Campground, Bigfork, bozeman, Canada, Dr. Seuss, Edmonton, Glacier National Park, Jackson, Mammoth Hot Springs, montana, Old Faithful, Strawberry Park Hot Springs, Time To Move On, Tom Petty, USA, Wyoming, Yellowstone Raft Company, Yellowstone River | Comments (0)