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Unread 05-25-2012, 10:17 AM   #1
Arcticcat
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Disabled Veterans Exploring America Expedition

I'm Disabled Veteran and beginning on June 2012, I will start my travels to promote Disabled Veterans Exploring America in order to create awareness for our disabled veterans. I will be camping on a conventional tent, sleeping in an old army sleeping bag and eating what I cook for a period of least 2 months. I will begin travelling from Texas thru New Mexico, Arizona and Utah with no one to help me.

I have a "trackable bug" attached to the rear of the small trailer I’m pulling. If you see the trailer and the Jeep, please log in the number at www.geocaching.com If you are at home and want to see where others people have spotted the trailer and my Jeep, log in to www.geocaching.com and use the following reference number: TB4ZNMG

You can also visit the Disabled Veterans Exploring America to see the progress of the trip at https://www.facebook.com/DisabledVet...ploringAmerica. There will be a lot pictures a periodical updates on the trip. Show your moral support for our disabled veterans by liking and clicking like in the Disabled Veterans Exploring America page.

You may also follow on Twitter @EddieARoman or at Yahoo Messenger at e.roman1966@yahoo.com.

Please keep in mind that some of the areas I will be travelling are very remote with no Wifi, if I don’t get to you on you don’t hear from me for a little bit, be patient and I promised I get to you ASAP.

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Unread 05-25-2012, 10:47 AM   #2
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When and where are you going to be in New Mexico? I am planning a trip to New Mexico the first week of July and would love to catch up with you if we are going to be in the same area?
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Unread 05-25-2012, 11:45 AM   #3
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When and where are you going to be in New Mexico? I am planning a trip to New Mexico the first week of July and would love to catch up with you if we are going to be in the same area?
I expect to be in NM on the star of June and I will be traveling toward Mayfield NM going up toward Alburquerque and El Malpais National Munoment, but my route is subject to change. Also I will be returning back thru New Mexico when I return. I usually camp and set base camp from anywhere from 4 to 10 days, depending on the place.
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