Posted by Sarah Bush Brady on Jun 17, 2011
Related program: Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami Rebuilding
Where is he now? As of his most recent post, Architecture for Humanity supporter Robert Nealan is passing through some pretty flat country and unpredictable weather patterns in South Dakota - about half-way through his cross-country cycling adventure to support Architecture for Humanity's rebuilding efforts in Tohoku, Japan.
An architecture student at California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo, Robert decided that rather than doing the ride for himself, he'd do it for humanity. Thus, his blog was born, "Ride for Humanity", which tracks his progress from Washington, D.C. to San Francisco. Follow his adventures, trials and tribulations as he rolls across the country, mile by mile, to help the people hit by the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan.