LATEST UPDATE 8/2/19
Sarah Calhoun’s Red Ants Pants Festival left me in awe. Not only did this woman I know start a business selling workwear for women, she turned it into something so much bigger than that. Her commitment to empowering girls, women young and old, and the community is to be more than lauded, and is. You can hear it in the kind words Montanans have to say about her and see it in the support from old Gettysburg colleagues who come to help with the festival each year to the mayor and county commissioners. She also introduced me to The Git Up by Blanco Brown- new favorite song!
It was tough leaving Montana, but I had some work to do before LOB could drive me further south. I had 55 miles to cover that I had skipped to keep my schedule. Then on to Rawlins and another visit from more East Coasters- I’ll be very spoiled!
Well, it’s been about 14 years since a 14,000 mile bike ride through 14 countries to reduce our impact.
Let’s go on another adventure and try to raise at least $14,000 to help continue that change!
On the morning of April 17th, I’ll take a shuttle to the Southern Terminus of the Continental Divide Trail and attempt to hike 2,716 miles northbound to the border of Glacier National Park and Canada’s Waterton Lakes. Follow my journey here and/or on Instagram: energy_sullivan