My whole trip was just shy of 3,500 miles and approximately followed the route I had planned, below—but of course, the point of adventure isn't to follow a strict itinerary.

The maps and itinerary below are neither hyper specific nor perfectly accurate, partly for the sake of privacy. After my trip begins, my blog will detail my more precise experiences and whereabouts as they come. For prospective clients looking to book me, please refer to my booking policies first, then contact me for more definite information on when exactly I can get to your area. 

IMPORTANT: Currently finalizing my schedule for my entire trip! Get in touch ASAP if you have interest in hiring me; even if you can't confirm a date for another few weeks or months, I need a headcount of interested potential clients by or before March. 

Start: Fly into Key West in early March

Florida: Meandering up East Coast, starting through the Keys and the Everglades. Modeling availability in Miami and Jacksonville; possible availability in Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Palm Coast, and elsewhere.

Georgia: Mostly camping and enjoying historic sites and parks. Modeling availability in Savannah. 

South Carolina: Exploring the southern coast! Modeling availability in Charleston and Myrtle Beach.

  Phase 1: Key West, FL to Wilmington, NC

Phase 1: Key West, FL to Wilmington, NC

North Carolina: Taking a long detour to do an inland spur through the larger cities, then returning to the coast for camping, beaches, and lighthouses. Modeling availability in Wilmington, Charlotte, Asheville, and Raleigh.

Virginia/Washington, DC/Maryland: Loitering and playing historical tourist. Modeling availability in Richmond, VA; Alexandria, VA; Washington, DC; Rockville, MD; Baltimore, MD.

 Phase 2: Wilmington, NC to Washington, DC

Phase 2: Wilmington, NC to Washington, DC

Pennsylvania: Modeling availability in Philadelphia. 

New York: Taking a solid little break in NYC. Modeling availability there, of course, as well as in surrounding states to jobs that are day-trippable on public transit [DE, CT, NJ, VT, NH, RI].

Connecticut: Most likely unavailable [book me during my stint in NYC].

Massachussetts: Modeling availability in Boston/Cambridge.

New Hampshire: Most likely unavailable [book me during my stint in NYC].

Maine: Modeling availability in Portland. Then finishing in Bar Harbor in late June!

 Phase 3: Washington, DC to Bar Harbor, ME

Phase 3: Washington, DC to Bar Harbor, ME