June 4, 2013
The following photo essay is a guest post from Andrew Marston.
One month after the 2011 earthquake in Japan, 3 adventurers cycled the entire country of Japan end-to-end as a fundraiser for disaster victims.
Stretching 3500km, their route wound from Cape Sata, the southernmost point in Japan, to Cape Soya, the northernmost.
At night, the team of Andrew Marston, Scott Keenan, and Dylan Gunning camped or stayed with hosts.
Originally, they had planned the 43 day trek to be a tour, but after the quake hit they decided to use their trip blog to raise relief aid.
Two years ago, they crossed their finish line.
Photos courtesy of Andrew Marston