It is hurricane season. It comes every year starting the beginning of June through the end of November. September always seems to be the worst month and the most likely month to have a hurricane scare if not an actual hurricane. This year, we almost made it through September without anything. Yet now, here we are in the last two days of September with one of the worst hurricanes Florida has seen in years.
While we continue to make preparations for ROC to start the Journey of 1000 Miles on Saturday, we want to take a minute to recognize the severity of Hurricane Ian and to wish everyone in Florida well and safe as the storm passes through affecting the majority of the state.
The hurricane is anticipated to pass through the state in time for ROC’s October 1st start of the Journey of 1000 Miles. We are as prepared as we can be for the hurricane and look forward to starting out on Saturday. ROC’s path will backtrack Ian’s path slightly in that Ian is heading southeast while ROC will be heading northwest.
It will take ROC about a week to get out of Florida by foot. We would really like to meet up with our fellow Floridians once Hurricane Ian has passed and while ROC is on his Journey. ROC’s Journey can be tracked on our Journey of 1000 Miles web page or on any of our social media.
Stay safe everyone.