Hello y'all, as they say in the South. Well, in less than two weeks I hope to be plunging into the sea at Savannah in celebration, having walked from the west coast of America to the east coast (provided my visa hasn't expired!).
Alabama is now done and dusted. I was put up by so many trusty locals here I've lost track. Whether in Mexican restaurants, church halls, funky lakeside apartments or mobile homes, Alabama has been very good to me.
This post is all about lush and complicated Mississippi. Mississippi is my smallest, quickest state to date but made a huge impact, its beauty, its history, its contradictions.
Hello all, here's the latest dispatches from the road. Writing this from Greenville, Mississippi, after completing beautiful Arkansas yesterday.
Update from the last action-packed days in Texas. I've covered 200 miles in a week and a half so now a bit weary and laundry ripe enough to dance the tango.
Fresh updates from the road (now over 1500 miles of it!) in the last days of 2018 and first days of 2019.
Last minute Christmas update, wishing you all a very happy day from deepest Texas. Merry Christmas everyone!
My first TV interview of the walk with lovely Ana Orsini from KCDB (no idea what it stands for) News.
Hope to squeeze in one more update before Christmas but, if not, wishing you all a wonderful one.
I've finally made it to Roswell, New Mexico, famed for alien sightings. It's been quite a walk getting here: