T - 10 days and counting. In a few short days, I will set out on my '14 GSA 1200 to ride to each of the outer four corners of the United States and then up to Deadhorse, Alaska and back. First come the Corners: I’ll begin from my home on the seacoast of New Hampshire and travel north to grab a coffee at the first of the four corners in Madawaska, Maine. From there I will ride southward along the Appalachians and still further south until reaching the second corner for a slice of pie in Key West, Florida. After a day trip to the Dry Tortugas, I will follow the southern border westward through several national parks to corner number three at Imperial Beach, California. After a fish taco or two on the pier, I’ll turn inland a bit to ride north along the Sierras before cutting west and up the coastline to the last corner in Blaine, Washington for dinner and a beer. Four corners complete. Next comes the Stinger. From Blaine I will travel north along the western slopes of the Canadian Rockies into Alaska and up to Deadhorse on Prudhoe Bay for a ceremonial dip in the Arctic Ocean. This tip of the “Stinger” marks the point where I will reverse course and ride southward, this time along the eastern slopes of Canada’s Rockies and aiming toward Idaho where I plan to re-enter the U.S. and meander my way home through the northern states, Great Lakes area, and a dip in to Kentucky before home. I expect the entire escapade to take around 75 days and 17-18 thousand miles to complete. Just before I go, I will post a links to my satellite spot tracker and photo account.