When I first started traveling while living out of my truck, it was hard. 

I gave up living in New York city to live out of a truck and play my piano everywhere. But it was totally worth it, especially for all the amazing people I met. 

In Athens, Georgia I ran into a bunch of wandering hitch hikers. Some people call them crusties, Gutter punks, train jumpers, but they're all different. They were all around 20 years old, lost, wandering, not caring for consequences, and living life completely in the moment. But what made them so extraordinary was that they were traveling the world without shoes like modern day Huckleberry Finns. 

I was really curious to hear their stories so I hung around for a few days and spent a lot of time with them. Here is a short interview I did with one of them. 

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