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An extremely quick update:
Everything's good
January 9th of the second year

I'm roughly 2 or 3 days from my Dad's house in Modesto and I'll be making several updates while I'm there. I just wanted to post this to the website since a number of people have taken extraordinary measures to see if I was still alive. Everything's fine. Actually, I'm better than fine.

I can't even begin to tell you about the events that have transpired in the last three weeks. Long story short, I've been meeting great people and living the dream of a lifetime. Leaving everything I've ever known and taking off on bicycle is without a doubt the best decision I've ever made. The world we are used to is just a speck of reality hardly worth titling "the real world". I feel blessed. If just one person is inspired to live in their own meaningful ways thanks to this journal, it is all the reward I could ask.

-Charlie






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My name is Charles Tronolone and I'm attempting something a bit unconventional; I'm trying to make a living by writing while on a perpetual bicycle tour. How I got to this point is a story in itself, but suffice to say that I refuse to be just another cog in the machine. There's too much important work to be done and too many eyes to open for us to be content with personal goals or riches. In late 2006, I managed to escape the machine, and now I'm setting off to help bring it down.

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