My name is Pete Rozeboom and I just completed exploring all 76 Minnesota State Parks and Recreational Areas in 32 weeks. I started back on March 11th on the North Shore checking out all the waterfalls in the winter time. It soon developed into me wanting to see what else Minnesota has to offer. So I set off on a project that would take me across the whole home state from top to bottom east to west. I spent a total of 46 days actually exploring parks, 263 miles hiked, 218 biked, 74 miles paddle boarded, and much more. I documented everything on my website I have developed for my adventures.
Direct link to my Minnesota Project:
This is something I did in my spare time over the weekends. I wanted to make it as obtainable as possible for others in case they would like to do the same, since I am not aware of anyone else that has actually done something like this. I might be the first, but I most certainly do not want to be the last.
One of my main goals is to inspire others to challenge themselves to achieve their goals and dreams in life. Many are full of excuses on why they do not do certain things, which I never wanted to be one of those people. I am also not a showboater that likes to brag about something I have done, but I am hoping to get this story out to inspire other or at the very least provide some entertainment.
I make sure to constantly test and push myself physically and mentally every day to progress towards my personal greatness, which is all any of us can really do. I am currently looking into different avenues for my next challenge that could take me anywhere in the world, just need to follow along to see :)
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