Trip Start Nov 10, 2009
46Trip End Dec 18, 2009
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The Jersey Pike found me tired so I pulled off a bit and it seemed like everyone in the free world was traveling the pike. Rest stops were hectic and this unsettling franticness combined with the too many people and punctuated by the bells of the Salvation Army did not leave me chipper. I continued on and ran smack into NY and CT traffic.
I got home and saw my folks, Cara and Tom and Di and then I settled in. I got to sleep in my own bed which is quite nice if your used to who knows what for weeks on end.
This brings us to the end our our trip. It was quite a journey. I don't think I'll really understand what I've done or get that "Ah Ha" moment right away and am sure I didn't get it on the trip. I guess when you go on such adventures you hope it sparks a vector in your life, gives you a push, moves you in the right direction. I'm not really sure any of that happened. Here two weeks later I'm just finishing off the decompression of everything. The shock of stillness and the weening from the road.
So the blog ends here. I'll throw one more entry in over the next week a retrospective of my trip and what stood out the most. For now though there is no big "Night Court" teaching moment or major shift.