From May 2010 to May 2011 I rode a motorcycle solo over 21,000 miles from San Diego, California to Ushuaia, Argentina. It was the culmination of a quest that started when I left my hometown in 2007, in search of meaning, direction, and wisdom. I longed to break free from the molds of society and swim the seas true to my size. This odyssey brought immense growth and fueled my passion for assisting others on their quests. I named my quest, "Gary Gone Wild." The blog I kept of my journey can be found at Great self-discoveries were made during the adventure, but it is the integration of these discoveries that has proven most valuable... and most difficult. "Gary Gone Wild" was a test run of how to quest. That education, along with my transpersonal wilderness therapy education, has prepared me to help others create, live, extract, and integrate as much as possible from their own personal quests. Below I proudly share bits from "Gary Gone Wild."