I am in Yosemite National Park, taking a break for a few days. Throughout this trip, I have made time to take breaks at National Parks across America. These breaks give me a chance to stop driving, get out of the van, and recharge my batteries. This stop is much needed. I am exhausted.
We have traveled almost 12,000 miles in 63 days, driven through 32 states, filmed dozens of interviews, and spoken to hundreds of people. There are two amazing parts to this trip. The first part is all the incredible activists we are talking to in each state. The second part is the unbelivable places we get to go. Yosemite is one of those places. I have never been so awestruck in my life.
I don’t have Internet or cell service here (except for this one spot I am in right now, being eaten alive by mosquitos, using my iPhone to write this post.) I have been writing each day and will update this site on Sunday when I reach San Francisco. So check back late Sunday night or Monday morning for the latest posts. Until then…I’m going to climb a rock to the top of a waterfall. Peace!