This is the tentative route for SKI ACROSS AMERICA!

South Carolina

-Charleston –Walterboro –Varnville –Hampton –Fairfax –Allendale


-Sylvania –Woodcliff –Portal –Twin City –Swainsboro –East Dublin –Dublin –Dudly –Montrose –Allentown –Danville –Bonaire –Perry –Henderson –Montezuma –Oglethorpe –Ellaville  –Buena Vista –Columbus


-Phenix City –Ladonia –Crawford –Marvyn –Society Hill –Tuskegee –La Place –Shorter –Waugh –Montgomery –Booth –Active –Centreville –Brent –Pondville –Havana –Wedgworth –Eutaw –Clinton –Pleasant Ridge –Aliceville –Cochrane


–Macon –Mashulaville –Louisville –Kosciusko –Lexington –Tchula –Belzoni –Hollandale –Arcola


–Greenville –Montrose –Mist –Hamburg –Crossett –Strong –Gardner –El Dorado –Magnolia –Stamps –Lewisville –Texarkana


-New Boston –De Kalb


-Idabel –Gavin –Mellerton –Valliant –Swink –Sawyer –Hugo –Soper –Boswell –Bennington –Bokchito –Blue –Durant –Kingston –Madrill –Mannsville –Dickson –Ardmore –Lone Grove –Newport –Loco –Comanche –Waters –Fredrick –Davidson


-Vernon –Crowell –Paducah –Matador –Whiteflat –Turkey –Quitaque –Silverton –Tulia –Nazareth –Dimmitt –Hereford –Wildorado –Boys Ranch –Channing –Romero

New Mexico

-Amistad –Stead –Clayton –Mt. Dora –Grenville -Des Moines –Capulin –Raton Cimarron –Ute Park –Eagle Nest –Seco Pueblo –Taos –Tres Piedras –Tierra Amarilla


-Pagosa Springs –Chimney Rock –Bayfield –Gem Village –Durango –Mancos –Cortez


-Red Mesa –Mexican Water –Dennehotso –Kayenta –Kaibito –Page


-Kanab –Mount Carmel Jct. –Springdale –Rockville –La Verkin –Hurricane –Washington –St. George –Veyo –Central –Enterprise –Modena –


-Panaca –Caliente –Warm Springs –Tanopah –Coaldale


-Benton –Buck Meadows –Groveland –Chinese Camp –Jamestown –Sonora –Angels Camp –San Andreas –Mokelumne Hill –Jackson –Ione –Lockeford –Lodi –Henderson Village –Rio Vista –Fairfield

From Fairfield we will improvise the best route to the coast through/around San Francisco.

10 thoughts on “Route

  1. Good on you Santi and Carolyn, may I suggest an alternate route in California? I am a former resident of Northern California and know the Fairfield area fairly well. It may be possible to be shuttled due north to Santa Rosa California and resume your journey skiing through the costal towns of Seabastopol and Bodega Bay. The Point Reyes National Seashore or Bodega Bay is not far, this would finish your journey. My humble advice would be to avoid the SF bay area due to traffic for safety issues and the crush of publicity being an election year and as well the unpredictible political and ecomomic climate common to California. You may face difficulties obtaining permits and releases for insurance liabilities. Please seek the best advice regarding this but keep a level focused commitment to your cause. I wish you the best and wish I could join you in part of your journey.
    God speed!

    • Hi Harold,
      Thank you for the advice! We will probably be skirting the north edge of San Francisco to avoid the traffic.

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  3. We were in St. Jos. parish today, and heard your story…the trip planning, and your personal passion for feeding people. My husband is with the local food shelf, including meals for kids on the weekend, and I do Habitat for Humanity. We are behind you, we will be watching and praying for you …for safety and for success !!

  4. Awesome thing you guys are doing! We are all cheering for you at the LCO Boys and Girls Club. Have a fun time!

  5. Congrats on great Birkies! Thanks for caring so much for the poor! Thanks for being who you are! Be safe! — Elton

  6. Que Pasa, Santi & Carolyn — Glad you’re off and skiing and enjoying the Southern terrain and hospitality. We’ll be following your progress closely and will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. (Remember, if you get really, really hungry you can always pull down some Spanish moss from the live oak trees and boil it for supper — NOT!) Stay safe and Godspeed!

    • Haha, thank you Uncle Peter and Aunt Carol! so we have heard with the Spanish Moss! It gives the gift of itchy chiggers!