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I Dropped Out of High School to Vagabond Around the Country with No Technology

Imagine leaving everything — no phones, no car, no home — and traveling across the country on foot while experiencing the world the way it is. Imagine truly living a simple life, not caught up with friend drama on Facebook or politics on Twitter, not worrying about the future, nor reminiscing about... Continue reading
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