Green Sun

The story of a journey...

Welcome to the Journey…

The skies are filled with yellow stars, blue stars, red giants, brown dwarfs, black holes … but nowhere in the universe can you find a green star. Green suns don’t exist in the sky. There is only one green sun. Right here. Green Sun is the story of my journey across all fifty states, all seven continents, and as many countries as the law allows on a U.S. passport. Check back here for reviews and advice on solo travel, budget travel, “vagabonding,” and lessons learned.

 

If you like what you read, Green Sun is also a small business.  I can tell your story. Green Sun offers public relations and writing services from a Phi Beta Kappa English Literature major who is also a US Army Public Affairs major with almost two decades of experience in crisis communications and media relations. 

State #22, Kansas, Jump Off Point to the West

Corey is not quite an international woman of mystery, but is hard at work becoming a regional person of interest. Previously both a Classics Major and an Army Major, she is currently travelling where the road will take her and leaving digital footprints at http://www.greensunjourney.com/. Upcoming reports may include improving trails in Muir Woods, diving from a liveaboard in the Bahamas, flying military Space-A across the Pacific Ocean, and taking a month long cruise to Antarctica on a refitted Russian research ship. You may also check out some older writing at https://coreyschultz.contently.com/ or email at greensundiver@gmail.com.

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State #21, Oklahoma, the Lord of the Plains

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Corey is not quite an international woman of mystery, but is hard at work becoming a regional person of interest. Previously both a Classics Major and an Army Major, she is currently travelling where the road will take her and leaving digital footprints at www.greensunjourney.com. Upcoming reports may include improving trails in Muir Woods, diving from a liveaboard in the Bahamas, flying military Space-A across the Pacific Ocean, and taking a month long cruise to Antarctica on a refitted Russian research ship. You may also check out some older writing at https://coreyschultz.contently.com/ or email at greensundiver@gmail.com.

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State #19, Ohio Takes Flight

Corey is not quite an international woman of mystery but is hard at work becoming a regional person of interest. Previously both a Classics Major and an Army Major, she is currently travelling where the road will take her and leaving digital footprints at http://www.greensunjourney.com/. Upcoming reports may include improving trails in Muir Woods, diving from a liveaboard in the Bahamas, flying military Space-A across the Pacific Ocean, and taking a month long cruise to Antarctica on a refitted Russian research ship. You may also check out some older writing at https://coreyschultz.contently.com/ or email at greensundiver@gmail.com.

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State #18, the Keystone of Pennsylvania

Let's move inland from Washington, DC, to Pennsylvania --which is a fitting direction as most of my visits to Pennsylvania were actually through and not to the Keystone State. I-76 and I-81 knew me well. Even without roadsigns, you know you've left Ohio behind when...

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State #17, Virginia Has It All

Since the last post, Maryland, was a bit morbid, I will double down and start Virginia on the same note. It is the state in which I have had the most near-death experiences. The most spectacular was having AA Flight 77 crash through the second floor of the Five-Sided...

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