What I really mean is find something else to do with my life. Continuing to study the subject would be marvelous and if I can do it without accruing debt I still might.
I just don’t want to be a professor or a quant or anything like that.
My original intention was to follow the summer south, leaving San Francisco on July 15th and arriving in Santiago on January 15th.
Some quick math gives a minimum travel distance of around 5914 miles.
A 10 hour “walking day” would mean an average pace of about 3.3 mph to close the distance in the time given above. The average adult male’s walking pace is about 3.5 mph.
I’d estimate the actual route to be about twice as long.
A) Take a year (or more) to walk the (actual) distance
B) Consider a different mode of transportation