4K for Cancer: the Continental Divide to the Last of the Old West.

Crossing the Continental Divide was a physical, mental, and emotional milestone. How did the 25 of us make it all the way from the eastern seaboard to the Rocky Mountains on the power of our own two legs? It was, and still is, somewhat mind boggling. Hell, I would’ve been thoroughly satisfied hitting that milestoneContinue reading “4K for Cancer: the Continental Divide to the Last of the Old West.”

4K for Cancer: The great Mississippi to the Continental Divide.

The Mississippi River runs over 2,300 miles from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. As a water resources engineer, the Mississippi, or the “Ol’ Man River” as some call it, is the pinnacle of hydrologic power. It drains roughly 1.2 million square miles of the United States and a sliver of Canada. On day 23Continue reading “4K for Cancer: The great Mississippi to the Continental Divide.”

4K for Cancer: East of the Mississippi.

It’s been over 2,700 days since I finished the journey of a lifetime. It’s been even longer since I started it, alongside 24 other tenacious, goofy, admirable individuals, on a bright summer morning in the Baltimore Harbor. We had a few goals. The most obvious of which was to reach the Pacific Ocean in lessContinue reading “4K for Cancer: East of the Mississippi.”