Home At Last

August 13 - October 10, 2006
Days 319-377

By the time I woke up on the bus this morning, we were pulling into Indianapolis. I made some phone calls and arranged for my aunt to pick me up from Chicago. A few hours later, my bus ride ended. For the entire trip, the bus stations got nicer and nicer as I went further north. The station in Chicago was nice, clean, and much better organized than the ones in Florida.

My aunt drove me into Wisconsin and we talked a lot about my trip along the way. It was nice to see a familiar face. We got to my parents' house where I saw my parents for the first time in nearly a year. That marked the end of my trip. For the next few months, I'm officially between adventures. Stay tuned for updates to this website and my next trip, which will begin in October.

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5 thoughts on “Home At Last

  1. Judy(Kevin's mom)

    Hi Dan,
    I put my first message on day 307 by mistake. Just read your last entries. Thanks for coming over to share your adventures and listen to mine. Would like to tell you about D.C. and Italy, too long for the computer because I don't type well. I like the phone or in person.

  2. Dan Perry Post author

    Sounds good. Maybe next time I'm over there you can tell me about DC. I might be making a trip there before South America.

  3. Julie

    Hi Dan,

    I just finished reading your entire blog after a week of sneaking in during work hours. Thanks for documenting your trip, it was fantastic to share in your adventures. I myself am leaving on a RTW trip and I was looking around for info on South America. I found your site will browsing travel forums. You've provided me with lots of information which will be helpful when I start planning the details of my trip. I'm looking forward to reading the next installement of your trip.

  4. Dan Perry Post author

    Hi Julie,

    Let me know if you have any questions about places I have been. If you start your own blog, let me know the address and I'll link to you. Good luck with your trip!


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