sgtpandybear312 karma2018-06-27 06:41:44 UTC
What's the music scene like there? I'm obsessed with music so I'm very interested in what is popular there at this moment.
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sgtpandybear167 karma2017-04-02 22:58:36 UTC
This actually sounds like a cool idea.
sgtpandybear1 karma2016-10-30 16:12:04 UTC
I'm looking to kill a years worth of time, if not longer.
sgtpandybear1 karma2016-10-30 15:39:49 UTC
I'm still looking into the route to get there. This is something I've been thinking about in the past couple weeks and I cannot seem to get the idea out of my head. I have been walking 10-15 miles a day, and been sticking to a diet of things I could take with me on my hike.
In the past 3 months I had to break up with my husband due to him abusing me, and then a month later my best friend died from brain cancer. Family seems to be the only thing I've got left and I hardly know anyone in my family because I haven't seen anyone since I was a kid. I figured what better way to get there than to walk this country and try to find the beauty in things. I also want to meet other musicians on the road, learn from them, and busk around where I can.
Any advice on what I should be doing for training and diet?
sgtpandybear1 karma2016-10-30 16:15:00 UTC
Any necessary items you suggest taking along? I've read that a lot of people who do these types of long hikes eventually find themselves getting a cart. I was considering going that route to store my musical instruments and also to keep the load off my back. Is this something you might suggest to someone who is in it for the long haul?
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