Sunday, March 23, 2014


A few weeks ago around the time I was running 20 miles in urban North Philly on a paved bike path (with occasional unpaved horse trails on the side) with Mark, I came across a few things about the most remote place in each state/the US. North Philly, they are not.
  • A Dirtbag Diaries podcast about a couple visiting the most remote spot in each state. The couple's website, Project Remote
  •  The Bedrock & Paradox guy wrote a post on remoteness and different ways to measure it shortly before that. 
By some of the common definitions for the lower 48 (from a road, county with the fewest roads) I got pretty darn close to on my CDT hike. But not so much in the last few years.

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