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Published: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at 01:56 PM.

“I try to be kindhearted, open-minded, nonjudgmental and very genuine,” he said. “I’m honest and grateful for what I have. That’s better than any job anyone can ever give me in the entire world.

“This is my job,” he said. “It’s tough. We are only going around this ride once in life and while you’re sitting there, I’m going to lay the hammer down.”

Zygmontowicz plans to hit California by summer, and then “Vancouver by the fall, that’s the game plan.” His fiancée has plans to meet him out West this summer.

After some coffee and a homemade muffin, he readies himself for the next leg, on to Port St. Joe and a pre-arranged stay at the Turtle Inn.

His hands, tattooed with the words Travel and Family, make sure all his belongings are carefully packed away.

As he works, he takes a minute to hand out cards and remind everyone they can follow him on his website, or Instagram or Facebook.

He also demonstrates the versatility of the two tiers of letters tattooed across his fingers, and with a little sleight of hand, shows how they can make up the words “F-A-I-L” and “T-R-A-I-L” AND “R-A-V-E” and several others.

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