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Seth’s Ride across the USA

I am the local franchise owner of nine Domino’s Pizza stores in Northeastern Pennsylvania. This Spring and Summer I am riding my bicycle across the USA and raising money to help St. Jude Children’s Hospital. There are other reasons I am on this journey. I began cycling seriously about 6 years ago and quickly found that it was something I loved to do. The activity has not only helped me lose weight, but also cured my diabetes. So I ride to help St. Jude and I ride for my health. During the ride I will turn 50 and reach my 30th year with Domino’s Pizza. As I celebrate those milestones, I am grateful for this opportunity to give back to the community and excited for the journey of a lifetime.

My ride will start on 5/1/2014

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August 12, 2014

With half a mile to go I was hamming it up with my dad by Bigfoot. We later came back to eat at this restaurant. They were nice enough to let me use a hose and a towel so I could rinse off the sea st and clean up the hike prior to shipping. I more »

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August 11, 2014

I MADE IT!

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August 10, 2014

Ride to the Ocean CUT SHORT… On Saturday I started what was supposed to be my final day of the ride. I drove from the hotel to the home of Matt Starr where my bike was waiting. The goal was to leave Matt’s house at 6am so the Matt could ride along from mile 30 more »

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August 6, 2014

Days 4-6 on PCT: I went about 50 miles on the last 3 days on the trail for a total of almost 100 miles. I got to a point where the trail was closed due to a fire and then came back to Timberline Lodge. I could have gone around the closed part on roads or more »

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August 3, 2014 Continued

Day 3 on the PCT – short 10 mile day with some climbing at the Zigzag River Gorge and up to Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood. I passed a family that had found the most spectacular campsite and traveled through sections of gorgeous wildflowers. It was, however, overcrowded being a weekend and Mt. Hood is the more »

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August 3, 2014

Day 2 on the PCT. I tool the alternate trail to go by Ramona Falls and then crossed Muddy Fork on these sketchy trees. But the bigger challenge was fording the Sandy River. There were a couple of skinny logs but the water was over topping them. The river was only about 12 feet wide more »

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August 2, 2014

Day 1 on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). I had planned 17 miles but ended up doing 24 and gained 4,000 feet in elevation, half of that in one brutal 2 mile stretch. That is by far the longest I have backpacked in one day. Got a nice view of Mt. Hood. I will be more »

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July 30, 2014

From Cascade Locks I headed out on the bike path that starts at the Bridge of the Gods. It was a nice wide paved path that was either newly built or recently upgraded. A half dozen PCT through hikers passed by since this trail is an alternate PCT section. I was resolved not to pick more »

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July 29, 2014 Continued

2nd to last riding day, Cascade Locks to Portland. Today I will stick to the ACA route. I started out on a beautiful bike path that began at Bridge of the Gods. I passed a half dozen hikers who took this alternate route for the PCT. The path ran next to I84 at times but more »

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July 29, 2014

I headed out of The Dalles on historic Hwy 30. After about 8 miles I skipped onto I-84. I was going to have to be on the interstate at one point regardless so I figured I have seen plenty of pretty roads and I would bypass the next climb. I figured riding everyday through the gorge more »

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