It’s official. We’ve reached 100,000 miles on our Trans-Americas Journey! It happened just outside Arandas here in Mexico (more on that cool town in a post we’re working on right now). It’s a milestone we feel pretty good about,especially given the fact that our intial mileage projection for the Journey, back in early 2006 when we were preapreing to leave NYC, was 70,000 miles total for the whole thing and now we’ve clocked 100,000 miles and we haven’t even touched Central or South America yet.
That’s what happens when you open your National Geographic Atlas to The Americas page, squiggle a piece of string around from top to bottom and side to side, then measure it out to calculate miles…
We now figure we’ve got at least another 100,000 miles to go, but we wouldn’t write that down in ink if we were you.
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