The first day on the road proved tough. Adam and I set out south from Philadelphia via regional rail to get as far from the center of the city as possible to avoid traffic. The train was supposed to take us down to Newark, DE but due to ongoing construction we were forced off two towns north in Wilmington, DE. We hopped on a substitute bus toward Newark but sleepy from a late night of last minute packing and disoriented by the rain, got off prematurely, accidentally heading south on Rt. 7 Delaware and not its Maryland counterpart. Fifteen or so miles later, we were back on track and riding fast to Baltimore stay warm.
An Independent Roadtrip
Who We Interviewed
Farmer, Polyface Farms
Executive Director, GlobalLinks
Event Planner for the Center for Multiculturalism at UNCW
May 15, 2008
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The phrase we coined, to describe our journey, was that we were plumbing the depths of human kindness. It began on my ride east to Philadelphia, when my friend Lou picked me up, freezing and behind schedule, then took me further along the trail to mak