There’s a hiking trail that connects Delaware and California!
Did you know that you can literally hike from the Pacific to the Atlantic ocean on a single hiking trail? It’s called the American Discovery Trail and it spans over 6,800 miles. It’s the only non-motorized coast-to-coast trail.
The trail passes through 14 national parks and 16 national forests. It also passes through 15 states, 10 National Historic Trails, and 23 Natural Recreation Trails. Surprisingly, the first time the trail was hiked coast to coast was in 2005.
Marcia and Ken Powers, couple from Pleasanton California started out from Cate Henlopen State Park in Delaware and finished in Point Reyes, California. They walked 5,058 miles by foot. It took them from February 27, 2005 to October 15, 2005 to complete their trek.
You are taking the Caltrain, roll a 6 sided dice:
1: The previous train broke down! Wait 10 turns until its moved out of the way. If your train was an Express, it is now considered Local.
2: It’s so hot today! With that heat, the rails are softer and the trains can’t go full speed! Lose 5…