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New Year Ahead

A new year is coming, and along with the new comes thoughts of the past, 2007 was a solid year. I left my job, then my apartment, and took …

A Poem For My Favorite Hobo

This poem was written for me by someone who probably wishes to remain anonymous, I dig it. I linkified some of the references in the poem..…

Christmas Time In The City

Astoria has the same general vibe as it did when I left in July, but the last few weeks in New York have produced a handful of new memories…

Familiar Faces and Places Video

Episode 15 has been posted, if you don't see it embedded here, you can see it here.



This episode includes the trip from north carolina t…

The Book

I'm happy to reveal "the book", it's pages filled with drawings and artwork from, well, anybody. It was first given to Ma…

Feelings on Philly

Philadelphia first reminded me a bit of Park Ave in New York while I was on Market Street, but quickly developed it's own feel. The cit…

New York to Philadelphia

There's a Jack Kerouac exhibit in the New York Public Library for a few more months, I'm glad I was able to check it out a couple t…

How heavy is your life?

If you were like I was, you have a decent amount of stuff, a room full of stuff, maybe a whole apartment full of stuff. If you're like …

The City Still Works

The wine store gig didn't work out, they're not busy enough until closer to christmas. My old temp agency in NYC hasn't called …

Circle the Country

I left greenville on a greyhound bus towards Ijamsville, MD, a tiny town near Frederick. The bus ride was fairly uneventful except for a 90…

Compilation Video

I pulled some clips together from the past 13 episodes and made a compilation trailer. The song is pretty good too. Here's a direct lin…

Futon Development

Since I made it to Greenville, I've met a few characters here and there, and even helped set up a Scholastic book fair. One guy has a s…

Rounding out a Greyhound Trip

Greyhound is full of interesting stories, some being told and some unfolding right then and there. The deeper south, the better it seemed.

L…

Bakersfield and now Eastbound

I made the bus out of Vegas, and even got to Bakersfield a few minutes early. Kindra, the same couch surfing host from before, came and pic…

Quiet OKC and a Vegas Rampage

My time in Oklahoma City was relatively uneventful. I spent the bulk of the nights trying to find a place to sleep. Only one night was spen…

13 Rides, Hiking, and a Bus to Oklahoma

After an unexpected good time in bakersfield, it was time to hit the road. Oklahoma city the target, I-40 seemingly the road to get there. …

From Beach Sleep to Bakersfield

Sleeping on the beach was both great and sketchy, venice beach. The first night I slipped down there, avoiding street lights and making my …

Hungry? Go Hitchhiking

It turned out I'd be couch surfing near Santa Monica with two music school girls. I was not in Santa Monica, and I wasn't up for a …

From Vegas to California

50 hours of no sleep, that's what happens when you're broke in vegas. While I couldn't find a decent place to sleep I wandered …

Vegas Stripped Me

Made my way to vegas and have been here almost one crazy week now. I've been up huge, down low, up decent, and down more again.



After ha…

Up and Down California

It's been a fun month, all in California. The time came to leave Sacramento and start making my way down to see my brother in Carlsbad …

Shirts, mugs, and more Hobo gear

As promised earlier today, the new Hobo gear is good to go, all sporting the fresh new logo and design. Go check it out and see what new ge…

Logo for a Hobo

I asked Danny if he might be able to whip up a little Hobo dude logo. What I got in return was awesome. Thanks danny! To everybody who'…

Hey Craig, I borrowed your list

Just a day after releasing Hobo Rideshare, I've made it even better. The only other site doing a decent job with providing rides (and e…

Need a ride? Across the country? Done.

OK, I don't mean to sound like a cocky asshole... with a dirty mouth (fingers?) ...but damn! This is fucking awesome! You can find some…

Release the Hobos!

So I've been coding a lot lately since getting to Portland, and I'm ready to let everyone know what I've been up to, and if you…

The Weight of My World on My Shoulders

I have literally everything I own on my back. Wow.. that's pretty heavy. I've gotten it on a train ride from Whitefish to Portland,…

"Nothing" makes me Happy

Today I'm free. I'm sitting in a coffee shop in Whitefish, MT, I've said goodbye to family and all my possessions that wouldn&#…

Lifestyle Upgrade

I hope everyone's enjoying episode 5 "Jackson Hole". I'm sure I haven't done this place justice, but I'll be here…

Perfecting The System

At the moment I'm on a one way road trip out to Wyoming. Actually at this very moment I'm in the lobby of some hotel in Kansas, whi…

Starting Now

It seems whenever I decide to move on, I get a lot more done in those final moments wherever I'm at.

Sometimes it's "ok, the s…

Scouting LA and Packing Test Run

I just went on a short trip to LA, a little pre-hobo scouting with me my mom and sister. It was my first trip I've taken since setting …

A Great Journey Ahead

I originally wrote about the concept of Hobo 2.0 on my personal blog last November, and now such a future is in clear view, and I will be e…

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