Greetings from the Albuquerque, New Mexico. 145 days and 6,500 miles traveled completely without money, living off the land. After living on a roof in Las Vegas I backtracked to Venice Beach where I met some very loony fellow travelers. I spent a a week on Venice Beach where I was given a Harmonica and I haven’t put it down since. I then walked and hitchhiked my way to Flagstaff, AZ. I met a hunter and trapper in Flagstaff who hooked me up with some traps for small game which I am very grateful for and would of probably starved without. I hitched up to the Grand Canyon where I hiked the long, hot, 8 miles on the Bright Angel Trail into the canyon, where I lived off the Colorado river for a week. The Grand Canyon is so beautiful it is almost comical because pictures and words cannot express the feeling of being so small in such a big beautiful world. I fell in love with the canyon. After I made my way back up I camped on the rim for a few days. I then started hitchhiking East on highway 40 and made my way to Albuquerque. I have been accepted into the art community here just like I had in Vegas, thanks to my friend Cali from Saint Louis who moved here for college who is a talented local musician. I have been going to Cali’s shows where she has let me take time out of her performances to present my poetry and play my harmonica. I absolutely love it here in the Duke City.