Alaska-Yukon Expedition: The Challenges of Going Solo - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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I am completely liable for my own disaster or success. My circumstances is it all depends on my responsibility, health, and actual physical capability.

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Hey Andrew,
I am in complete awe with inspiration and envy of your trip and the challenges you face. They must be great but I am sure the reward will be far greater upon your finishing the expedition. I absolutely love the outdoors. I trail run(A lot), hike, trek, climb(light) and am always in for a great adventure. So, I think I can understand your motivation to and desire to complete your journey.
I do have a question, if thats ok? How might somebody that has a deep passion for the outdoors be able to find a sponsor or even break into the professional/semi professional athlete realm of this industry?

keep up the good work, you are a true inspiration! I hope to be able to take a trip like yours' one day.
-James Mireles

Sami Lester

I suppose it's similar to Into the Wild, the movie. There is so much to be explored in travelling, and meeting new people and experiencing the landscape alone is quite rewarding; but there is really something missing when you don't have someone to do it with. Writing helps, it helps you work out your thoughts and imagination, etc. Does travelling alone make it more spiritual?

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Michael

I totally agree with what you say about going solo. I never get lonely. I'm often so immersed with what I'm seeing that I don't want the distractions.

"And there are certainly cons in traveling solo... First, I find that I become intellectually stagnant."

Maybe this can be solved to a large degree with good two-way satellites and internet.

jeff galbraith

What i wouldnt give to be in your shoes..keep safe....i'll just have to happy with my local adventures :)

Mike & Sarah Davis

Good luck Andrew. Your blog entries are inspiring. We are lucky to be able to follow your progress. Thank you.

Jorge Fernandez

awesome trips!! i havent been able to work at the office looking throught your page...great stuff! keep on going!

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