All a board

Published: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at 13:56 PM.

“I’m doing this all on my own,” he said. “I have to find my food, everything.”

Zygmontowicz encourages people to visit his website and donate to cancer.org. Brigitte Schroeder, who treated him to a stay at the Bryant House on Saturday, asked to consider diabetes, or heart disease, as bad a killer as cancer, as his charity.

While one can only speculate what unusual forces drive someone to skateboard through life in such a way, the perpetrator of this distinction said he was not driven by a cause.

“Maine to Key West was the original trip. Now it’s blossomed into more than I ever expected. I’m meeting all walks of life. They have less than I do. I look at them all the same,” he said. “I haven’t met one a**h*l* yet on this trip.”

Probably fearing for his life, Zygmontowicz does not travel on interstate highways, but anywhere else, a road is a road is a road.

And should a cop stop to discuss the rules of the road, “I give him a business card and ask him for lunch money,” he said brightly.

“More people stop to ask me if I need a ride or if I need help,” has been Zygmontowicz’s experience.



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