I’m back on the road after spending the past five months at home with my mother in the Washington D.C. suburbs. My bird-watching abilities have declined and I’ve become a little too comfortable in the kitchen making chocolate chip cookies and delicious Neapolitan pizzas. It’s time to be a man again.

I’m embarking on an open-ended trip around the eastern part of the country. My plan is to enjoy the outdoors through camping, an activity I have done for only a single night about fifteen years ago. I fear I have gone so far with easy, cosmopolitan living that camping will be chafing to me, but I’ll soon find out. So I don’t embarrass myself in the forest, I bought a useful book called Survivor Kid, an indication of my level of expertise.

I’m not sure if I will do a video travelogue like last time with Babylon Road. If you watch that series, you will be able to see the early rumblings of the chaos in which American cities are now fully embroiled. Until I decide, I intend to continue posting articles while on my trip.

May God grant me safe passage while I travel during this tumultuous time.

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John
John
17 days ago

Will you still be doing livestreams?

pitbullowner
pitbullowner
17 days ago

Brother roosh, make sure you get a fishing pole, and a shotgun and some bird shot and you’ll be good to go

109 110
109 110
14 days ago
Reply to  pitbullowner

Birds deserve our compassion. Mr. Fuller Brush Man and his Barbara Streisands do not.

andy14
andy14
17 days ago

God be with you.

Walter Sobchak
Walter Sobchak
17 days ago

you inspired me, now I wanna learn to make my own Pizza.
lol
of course you are also a good inspiration for less mundane things.
godspeed bro!

LuLu
LuLu
17 days ago

Stay safe & God bless.

Stephen
Stephen
17 days ago

Hey Roosh,

When do you plan to come to the Charlotte NC area.

109 110
109 110
14 days ago
Reply to  Invictus

Mr. Fuller Brush Man and his OVO thots run the cuntry. Why would he go there?

Dante Farelli
Dante Farelli
17 days ago

Roosh i saw you in san diego. Thanks for sacrificing your reputation to be a truth teller. We’ve all gone down a similar path. PUA was the path for men in a degenerate age of artificial female power. Now we actually see the damage and realize the meaning our lives should have.

Take a zero degree sleeping bag and some good books. Youll have a great time.

Lucretius Carus
Lucretius Carus
15 days ago
Reply to  Dante Farelli

This is a great and succinct comment! I do agree fully!

Buster
Buster
17 days ago

Have a good trip! Hope the fish are biting. If you need to get a pocketknife, get a Leatherman instead of a Swiss Army Knife. The pliers on a Leatherman are real handy for pulling hooks out of a fish and they just seem a whole lot sturdier than SAKs in general. Also, don’t forget a water filter so you don’t come down with the hershey squirts!

Charles Matheson
17 days ago

Visit our farm in Charlottesville VA http://www.chisholmvineyards.com/

nick
nick
17 days ago

I don’t understand the upper part of the map. One I thought you were banned from Canadia, and two are you planning to ferry through northern Lake Erie? Looks like you’re heading through the Sandusky area. I am a Clevelander. If you want some company hit me up when you reach the area. Lots of water-related recreation in Sandusky, plus Cedar Point.

nick
nick
17 days ago
Reply to  nick

I’d add that between Cleveland and Akron is the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, and, for historical preservation purposes, the old canal system that ran the Cuyahoga River. There is a well maintained tow-path trail with frequent rest stops that is very scenic. There are also bike shops near trailheads that rent out bikes for pretty cheap. There was also ample camping pre-coof, but looks closed down at the moment. That seems a bit off your tentative route, but just a FYI.

nick
nick
16 days ago
Reply to  nick

Ah forgot! Serbian Orthodox Monastery right next to the national park. Richfield.

109 110
109 110
14 days ago
Reply to  nick

Who wants to go into a [email protected] cuntry where the thots have no problem giving it up to Mr. Fuller Brush Man and the OVO crew?

jim
jim
6 days ago
Reply to  nick

Roosh should def go to Cleveland. It’s a real place.

Aedin
Aedin
16 days ago

God protect you and have fun with camping!! I would love a vlog series if you decided to do it.

James Bale
James Bale
16 days ago

Be safe out there. God bless you.

D R
D R
16 days ago

If you’re coming through the Lexington, KY area, make a detour to Red River Gorge (in Daniel Boone Natl Forest). Great camping and hiking down there

Max Roscoe
Max Roscoe
16 days ago

Visit Michigan

Max Roscoe
Max Roscoe
15 days ago
Reply to  Max Roscoe

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christopherjones
christopherjones
15 days ago

Sounds like a great end of summer idea. God bless, brother Roosh.

Ema
Ema
15 days ago

Spreading the truth like you’ve been doing with your livestreams is more important than traveling just to see the sights

Çatal Höyük
Çatal Höyük
15 days ago

Why didn’t this guy ever visit the Middle East? He knows nothing about his Iranian culture; he complains about America constantly yet has some of the worst stereotypes of Americans and none of the good. He wouldn’t last a day in Iraq. He seems to loath most of the Middle East.

tech6
tech6
14 days ago
Reply to  Çatal Höyük

that’s a pretty superficial view of his years long journey, no man’s life is a straight line.

Tee
Tee
5 days ago
Reply to  Çatal Höyük

Right on, homey! It’s time for Roosh to get in the ring!

109 110
109 110
14 days ago

Why are you moderating comments

tech6
tech6
14 days ago

if you need to crash in detroit for a night or two drop me a line

Kim Lee
13 days ago

You had your big epiphany and religious conversion on a mushroom trip. Why aren’t you doing more mushrooms and drugs? In addition to expediting your understanding of God, it would give you material for your blog.

Tripitaka
Tripitaka
13 days ago
Reply to  Kim Lee

Most drugs don’t provide any kind of sustainable spiritual growth. Shrooms have few or no side-effects, but can and do change people’s lives for the better.

So I hope Roosh takes more shrooms, especially in nature. That’s where they really shine. But the rest aren’t worth getting into, more readers or not.

johnny alpine
johnny alpine
13 days ago

Godspeed Roosh.

I really enjoyed your Babylon Road video series. Ive been following you online and in the foruns for years. I had the feeling early on that you would become Catholic. Then one day I saw your video about your conversion and how you have come to Orthodox faith, and it was a real inspriation.

Thank you for keeping it real and saying Yes to God.

May they peace of Christ be with you on your journey.

John Dough
John Dough
13 days ago

Go to The Shawnee National Forest in Southern Illinois. Visit Garden of the Gods and Piney Creek Ravine.

Tony D
12 days ago

I came to visit my mother in Canada and then the pandemic hit. I cancelled my one way ticket to Mexico, and bought a 65 litre backpack, tent, etc. I’ve since been going to the wilderness, hiking and camping, long distance trekking. I love it. I can’t imagine a life not being able to hike and camp. Roosh, get into long hike in camping. It’s much better than car camping. Car camping is fun but there’s nothing like being ten miles deep in the woods with only what’s on your back.

Anna Carter
Anna Carter
12 days ago

Traditional Irish Travel Blessing

May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind always be at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face, and rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.
May good luck be with you wherever you go, and your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow.
May your days be many and your troubles be few,
May all God’s blessings descend upon you,
May peace be within you,
May your heart be strong,
May you find what you’re seeking wherever you roam.
May you have the hindsight to know where you’ve been the foresight to know where you’re going and the insight to know when you’re going too far.