After finishing up my internship with Farm Sanctuary, I jumped right into another internship with my hometown Minor League Baseball team, the Altoona Curve. Just a couple weeks into this internship, I received an email about an internship position that opened up through the Student Conservation Association. All within 24 hours, I received this message, got interviewed, and hired. I had two days to pack up my car and say what little goodbyes I had a chance to. I left behind a handful of loved ones and took off across the country on a new adventure, a new chapter in my life. I got accepted into an internship with the National Park Service working at the Manzanar National Historic Site. This is a place where some 10,000 Japanese were interned during WWII. 10 States, 2,500 miles, and 2 days later, I arrived at my new home in Independence, CA. Here are some photos from that journey across the country.