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MacManKrisK

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Icon 11 posted February 28, 2008 20:46      Profile for MacManKrisK     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
It's official, I'm loony! [crazy]

*Warning: this is LONG! You can skip to the part labeled "END BACKSTORY" if you're in a hurry*

I guess I should start with the jobs... I applied for two jobs recently, one with my church as the new Music Director, the other with a school district in Jackson (about 50 miles away) as an IT fix-it-guy. Both turned me down, and for the sake of (relative) brevity, I will say that this led me to reassess my current life goals.

The day the school turned me down, I was a bit dejected, but began looking for the window ("whenever God closes a door he opens a window"). I prayed for direction and guidance, realizing that my plan, that seemed so good in *my* head, just wasn't the will of The Divine. The answer I got back, literally through the words of the Tech Director at the school *and* from my present boss, was "focus on school." In my own quiet prayer time, the answer I kept getting, the nagging push that I kept hearing in my head was "focus on school," and more specifically "you know that crazy idea you had? go with it!"

I recently found out that I have "two years" of school left before I can get my B.A. in Instrumental Music Education. At the pace I'm going, though, it would take me more than two years to get through it, since I'm working part time and only able to take 12 credit hours per semester, max. The thing is, when I found out I only have two years left, this thought popped in my head and I thought that maybe I could quit my job, live on student loans for a couple years, crank down on the books hard and get it done.

Of course, you need to realize that I am a very practical, frugal person. I hate owing money to anyone, especially faceless companies/governments. I have finished half of my degree and I am proud to say I have NO outstanding college loans. On top of this I only made about $12K last year, and managed to keep my personal budget balanced, keep a roof over my head, food in my stomach, gas in my respective tanks, AND pay for my tuition out-of-pocket. I don't have, and have never had, nor ever want a credit card. I am just not a "credit" kind of person, so taking out loans is a real big decision for me. So I buried the idea... but then this Divine Push came my way....

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So that's what I'm going to do. This fall, I'm transferring from my community college into Eastern Michigan University.. a *real* school! I'm going to work my arse off this summer, then quit my job, take out enough loans/grants/scholarships to pay my tuition AND living expenses for a year, buckle down, take 18-22 credit hours a semester, and GIT R' DONE! At worst it'll take me two years, and so I won't be amassing *huge* amounts of debt. I've done the math, and I should be able to pay it all back in 6-8 years.. which isn't too bad.

That's not the really crazy part, though. I've decided, and some recent events have reinforced my decision, that I have not done enough crazy, somewhat reckless, somewhat stupid, but fun and enjoyable things in my life.

I am going to leave my job one month before the semester starts (which makes my last day of work August 1st). On August 2nd, I am going to round up a bunch of my friends, and head back to my hometown in the VW. To celebrate my inner changes, I am going to change myself externally in a radical fashion. August 2nd is going to officially be Dread Day.. the day I get dreadlocks. There will be before and after p1x, don't worry. Hopefully there will also be video. [Smile]

How much would you pay for this extravagant, and crazy experience? Don't answer yet! There's still more!

Once my hair is dreaded up (a 6 hour process, so I've been told), and I've dispatched the aforementioned friends, I'm going to load up the bus with a few changes of clothes, a cooler, a small charcoal grill, and a few other necessities. I am then going to spend the last month of summer taking my long-awaited road trip in the bus. I have no set agenda, as yet, though I know that I will be avoiding Interstate highways like the plague. I am thinking that it may be fun to have a series of GeekCulture mini-moots all over the country (sorry, euro-GeekCulturians.. my bus doesn't float). So if anyone wants to get on my tour schedule, let me know and we'll work it out!

I think it'll be my last month of freedom before really getting down to business, and the dreads will be a reminder that life is too short to take things seriously, a lesson I often forget.

Heh, I'm simultaneously excited and scared to death. I've spent years and years of my life sitting on the side of the road, staring at the map, trying to figure out where to go. I can see where I want to go, and what I want to do along the way, but I can't seem to find the road on my map that'll take me there. This is the first time, I feel, that I've /really/ decided to go *off* the map...

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[Applause] [Applause]

That's all I can say....just [Applause] [Applause]
to all of it - University, road trip, dreads... [Applause] [Applause]

You have a big adventure ahead of you, and I know that you will have the best wishes of everyone here at GC.

Way to go, dude! [Applause] [Applause]

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I don't want to put a damper on your excellent plans, but it is possible that a VW minibus driven by a someone with a righteous set of dreads could possibly attract an unwelcome degree of attention from the gallant boys in blue. On the other hand if you are fine with that, why not go the whole hog - paint the bus in rasta colours, replace the exhaust pipes with a couple of bongs, and make sure that when any of the bus's doors or windows open clouds of smoke drift out! [Big Grin]

Good luck MMKK - love and adventure is good for everyone.

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Driving across your beautiful country will be an awesome experience, you'll have an amazing time. I've done it a few times, I want to do it again soon.

Hit Colorado, Utah maybe, and note: Idaho has amazing hotsprings, (get a hotsprings of the Northwest book)... in August, you'll want to stick to the north due to heat.

I'm with Calli though, skip the dreadlocks and make your life and trip a million, billion times easier.

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quote:
Originally posted by MacManKrisK:
...sorry, euro-GeekCulturians.. my bus doesn't float

Hey, we can always come and meet you somewhere over there!

Sounds awesome MMKK, be sure to keep us posted.

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Icon 7 posted February 29, 2008 22:15      Profile for MacManKrisK     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Thanks everyone for the positive replies... except for you Cali [Razz]

As far as looking like a hippie, and being treated like a hippie (by the cops..): If I'm not carrying any contraband (and I won't be.. I'm not stupid), there isn't much they can do but harass me. I'll make sure to vacuum the carpet really well before I leave, just to make sure I get rid of any seeds or stems that may have fallen and gone unnoticed.

maximile: We need to organize a moot in some reasonably central location so we can gather a bunch of GCers together. I suspect that will form when we're a little closer to the date.

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If you make it to the Ilse of NitroSnag, I'll make time... I think I could get toobe and TiW out of the woodwork, so long as he's not too busy with the lilun... who knows, maybe more will show up from southern waters.... it's been know to happen.

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quote:
Originally posted by MacManKrisK:
As far as looking like a hippie, and being treated like a hippie (by the cops..): If I'm not carrying any contraband (and I won't be.. I'm not stupid), there isn't much they can do but harass me.

<bad-stage-merkin-accent>

Kid...

You gotta license for all them shovels, rakes and impliments of de-struc-shun you got in that there red VW microbus?

</bad-stage-merkin-accent>

Sounds like heaps of fun MMKK, I just wish I could make the time to come along for the ride.

Be sure to take lots of pictures, I want 27 8x10 colour glossy pictures with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one explainin' what each one is...

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I'm planning my stops already, and mapquest is helping me estimate mileage. I plan to avoid Interstate highways, so I will be investing in a real, dead-tree-copy road atlas so I can plan my own damn routes.

So far I have, in order: Toronto, ON; Milton/Boston, MA; New York, NY; Lawrenceville, NJ; and Dudley, NC. The trek looks roughly like this: http://beta.mapquest.com/maps/9%40nOMR6N4%2By1Bqeb1F7Wb5

I'd like to make it up to Portland, OR before this is all over, as I have some old friends that are now living up there. The thing is, there's a lot of space between Dudley, NC, and Portland, OR, so I'm looking for GCers that are in the middle of the country.. Colorado (Xanthine, this means you [Razz] )... Wyoming.. Iowa.. so I can pack in meeting as many GCers in a month's trek as possible.

So? Anyone wanna' meet a hippie in a VW Bus?

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I haven't said anything because there is no point. A hippie in a VW bus will end up in Boulder. That's just the way it is. The natural order, if you will.

My August plans are fairly soft, with some factors out of my control. Lemme know how your itinerary shapes up and we'll work something out.

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Sounds like a good trip,

What will you be doing in good old Toronto?

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Okay, scratch my previous plans.. and I'm not using Mapquest anymore either! Google Maps let me plan the whole thing and "avoid highways" for all of it! Sweet!!! Here's the updated route:

http://snipurl.com/20stf

Here's the current itinerary... Except where otherwise noted, I plan to only drive 6 hours a day.. making about 300 miles per day.
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08/01/08	Last Day of work
08/02/08 Dread Day
08/03/08 Packing Day
08/04/08 Travel to Boulder
08/05/08 Travel to Boulder
08/06/08 Travel to Boulder
08/07/08 Travel to Boulder
08/08/08 Hang in Boulder
08/09/08 Travel to Portland
08/10/08 Travel to Portland
08/11/08 Travel to Portland
08/12/08 Travel to Portland
08/13/08 Travel to Portland
08/14/08 Hang in Portland
08/15/08 Hang in Portland
08/16/08 Travel to Victoria
08/17/08 Hang in Victoria
08/18/08 Travel to St. Paul (6.5hrs)
08/19/08 Travel to St. Paul (6.5hrs)
08/20/08 Travel to St. Paul (6.5hrs)
08/21/08 Travel to St. Paul (6.5hrs)
08/22/08 Travel to St. Paul (6.5hrs)
08/23/08 go see "A Praire Home Companion"
08/24/08 Travel to NYC
08/25/08 Travel to NYC
08/26/08 Travel to NYC
08/27/08 Travel to NYC
08/28/08 Hang in NYC
08/29/08 Hang in NYC
08/30/08 Travel to Ypsi
08/31/08 Travel to Ypsi
09/01/08 Back Home



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Looks like fun, but one suggestion on the NY leg of the trip.

Instead of re-tracing your steps on the return from NYC, why not take a different route your way back?

Maybe swing North and see Toronto?

Upstate New York is quite nice, and I hear the Canadians have recently outlawed head-hunting and cannibalism, so you should be fairly safe.

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Okay, Canadians.. what's the general posted speed limit on Canukistan highways? 100km/h? or is it 120?

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100 usually,
110 on superhighways,
80 for VW vans driven by hippies. [Big Grin]

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In Ontario it's 100km/h on the 400-series (4+ lanes, divided, limited access) highways, 80 on the regular (surface) highways, and either 80 or 90 on the county roads. We don't have any sort of "National Highway Traffic Act" up here; traffic laws are set independently by each province.

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Okay, as long as I won't get run over on the highway. The bus /can/ hold it's own at 85MPH (135km/h) pretty well now, but it overheats if you go over 55MPH (~100km/h) for an extended period of time. Moreover, the bus is more fun the slower you drive it, trying to keep it in your lane at 75MPH is hard work... cruising at 55 is relaxing and fun. [Smile]

Well, I think I'm going to swing up through the fabled Canadas on the return trip.. Victoria to Vancouver to Calgary to Regina to Winnipeg to Sault Ste Marie to Toronto. Should be interesting...

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Careful MMKK, after that long in a civilized country, you may not want to return home. [Wink]

Oh, btw, a hippy in a VW microbus entering the USA from The Great Northern Weed Farm is sure to get a warm welcome from the US border guards. Allow a couple of hours for the search.

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Well. If you wind up neat Salt Lake City, I might be able to offer up a couch. Or at least a hot shower.

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Oh man! Yer totally missing Montreal??!
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___________________ MMKK I have a question or two:

but it overheats if you go over 55MPH (~100km/h) for an extended period of time.

Is the the blower clean, does the thermostat open the damper compleatly (funnel shaped thing in front of the blower) once the engine has warmed up? Is the oil cooler clean? I am assuming that your micro-bus has the flat four Porsche engine.

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From what I remember of our parents' VW camper, take a spare gasket, spare oil, spare fuses, wire and general stuff for emergency engine rebuilds when you're broken down in the middle of nowhere and can hear what are obviously bears, axe murders and whatever else wanders around in the woods.

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MMKK, if you want a couch in Boulder, you can have one. It's quite comfortable. I've slept on it myself a few times. The shower is also reliably warm. You just have to be guinea-pig and fish compatible.

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Quoth The Famous Druid: Oh, btw, a hippy in a VW microbus entering the USA from The Great Northern Weed Farm is sure to get a warm welcome from the US border guards. Allow a couple of hours for the search.

Oh yes, I know.. I also know my fourth amendment rights.. but since I don't plan on smuggling any contraband back with me (Just Too Risky), I'll probably just waive my rights and fully and completely consent to a search.

Spake CommanderShroom: Well. If you wind up neat Salt Lake City, I might be able to offer up a couch. Or at least a hot shower.

Likewise Xanthine: MMKK, if you want a couch in Boulder, you can have one. It's quite comfortable. I've slept on it myself a few times. The shower is also reliably warm. You just have to be guinea-pig and fish compatible.

Now these are the kind of replies I'm looking for Hot showers will be a welcome thing, and couches are good too! [Smile]

Exclaimed BooBooKitty: Oh man! Yer totally missing Montreal??!

I only have a month to do this, and I have a lot of things I want to see! Montreal and Ottawa would add at least 2 days driving to the trip (remember I can only make ~300 miles a day!). I don't have those 2 days to spare.. sorry [Frown] If you can figure out how to squeeze it into my itinerary, though.. [Wink]

TheMoMan suggested: Is the the blower clean, does the thermostat open the damper compleatly (funnel shaped thing in front of the blower) once the engine has warmed up? Is the oil cooler clean? I am assuming that your micro-bus has the flat four Porsche engine.

The blower is clean, but I don't have a thermostat, and as such I have no flaps installed. The oil cooler is clean, but a tad starved for air due to the flaps. I also have a missing piece of cooling tin. I am hoping to get as much of this fixed as possible before I leave... John Muir would kick my ass if he were still around. The engine is a "Type IV" (a.k.a. "porche type") engine; it's the one with the blower fan bolted on to the end of the crankshaft, rather than the mile long v-belt.

Zwilnik also recommended: take a spare gasket, spare oil, spare fuses, wire and general stuff for emergency engine rebuilds when you're broken down in the middle of nowhere and can hear what are obviously bears, axe murders and whatever else wanders around in the woods.

Yup. [Big Grin]

Thanks to everybody who's given me info and advice so far... this is really fun planning! [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by MacManKrisK:
Quoth The Famous Druid: Oh, btw, a hippy in a VW microbus entering the USA from The Great Northern Weed Farm is sure to get a warm welcome from the US border guards. Allow a couple of hours for the search.

Oh yes, I know.. I also know my fourth amendment rights..

Border guards don't need no steenkin' Fourth Amendment

But you're right, just smile and cooperate is the best policy, no-one ever wins arguments with these people.

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