My Dog and I Left Home, Drove Over 8,000 Miles, and Walked Into The Wild

My dog, Bobby, and I moved into my truck and left North Carolina 90+ days ago bound for Deadhorse, Alaska. That’s as far north as a civilian can drive in the United States. We’ve driven thousands of miles, picked up hitchhikers, hiked into the wild, and discovered that we were doing more than wandering.

I set up the Camera and then went back to carry Bobby across the Teklanika River.

I set up the Camera and then went back to carry Bobby across the Teklanika River.

 

We spent a week camping in view of the Grand Tetons

We spent a week camping in view of the Grand Tetons

 

Bobby loves to hang his head out of the window.

Bobby loves to hang his head out of the window.

 

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We camped in the back of our truck

We camped in the back of our truck

 

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Trying to get bobby to sit

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Hiking up Pioneer Ridge Trail in Alaska

Hiking up Pioneer Ridge Trail in Alaska

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One night we slept in the front seat because we let our hitchhiker friends sleep in the camper.

One night we slept in the front seat because we let our hitchhiker friends sleep in the camper.

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The highlight of our trip so far has been staying at the Magic Bus.

The highlight of our trip so far has been staying at the Magic Bus.

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