Cousins Sam Greene (Rhodes Scholar, Spring Green, WI), Aaron Dravis (Film School hopeful,Taichung, Taiwan) and Grace Riley (videographer, San Marcos, TX) plan to make a documentary focused on people's perceptions of changes (or lack thereof) in weather patterns in their communities. We will film this documentary while riding our bikes the 1200 miles from Seattle, Washington through Glacier National Park, Montanana. Our choice of route will enable us to interview local residents, farmers, tourists, park rangers, and fellow bikers. These interviews will form the basis of our documentary. We will also be running a daily blog so that you can follow us along our journey at: What's Different Wordpress
. We are looking to raise $2,000 before we set off on July 16th. This money will be used to help with the cost of gear, food, and camping costs for the monthlong trip (ending August 20th) as well as plane/train tickets. Contributions of any size help, and anyone who donates $20 or more will receive a DVD copy of our documentary by December 2014. If you have donated $20 or more, please shoot us an e-mail to: [email redacted]
along with your name and address so that we know where to send your copy. You can also press the "Contact" button at the top of this page. Your support is as welcome as a tailwind on a hot summer's day!
A generalized map of our route from Seattle to Glacier National Park.