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This Guy Is Walking the Entire Length of the Proposed Keystone XL Pipeline This Guy Is Walking the Entire Length of the Proposed Keystone XL Pipeline

This Guy Is Walking the Entire Length of the Proposed Keystone XL Pipeline

by Dave Burdick
January 8, 2013

I'm not sure there's a whole lot that I find cooler than walking the entire length of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline, through enormous swaths of the middle of the United States, documenting it and learning about the country along the way. 

This is the mission of Ken Ilgunas, whose blog is pretty awesome. 

So far, he's:

Here's another video from one of his Montana posts:

Probably a bit more scenic than being inside the pipe.

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