In Hammonton, New Jersey

Sunday, December 12
I awoke to a hard rain but decided I need to keep moving. Therefore I covered my cart with a tarp and headed out. After a short while the rain abated a bit but the sky was gray and the rain threatened to begin again at any moment. I made it to Hammonton and got a motel fairly early in the day for there are no other facilities until Egg Harbor. I took advantage of the extra time by blogging, doing my laundry, going to the store, and making some overdue phone calls. Hopefully tomorrow the rain will be gone. I seem to be finally in the New Jersey countryside and have taken a few pictures.


  1. You are almost There! Wow!I hope you have decent weather for the rest of the trip. For this time of year of course. You must be excited about being so close to your goal. Congratulations!

  2. Wow. I don't know how you make such good time, but amazing that you're just a few miles away from the finish line. I'm almost sad for myself to see this journey come to a close. It's been so fun to follow along ever since I picked up with your journey back in Yellowstone. But more than anything, I'm relieved that you've done it and managed to stay safe. What a merry Christmas this will be for you and your family! Can't wait for the final posts recapping the experience. God bless.

  3. Wow Ray, What an adventure. We can't wait until you return to Eugene so we can hear more stories in person.

    Rae Lynn and Dennis