Clayton Perlman is an extremely hardworking based in New Jersey. He’s worked as superintendent and then in acquisitions for Perlman Properties, the family real estate business. He believes in a ground-up approach to real estate. He has experience in numerous aspects of the real estate business from almost fifteen years of professional experience. He’s even developed properties in California, Nevada, and Utah.
But when Clayton Perlman decides to take a rare break from his work, he likes to have epic adventures. One of the most daring of these adventures was a bicycle ride from Washington State to Alaska and back. The trip took a full five weeks to complete, but they were some of the most rewarding and gratifying weeks of Perlman’s life. The course offered him the opportunity to witness some of the most incredible natural scenery he’d even encountered.
The course took Clayton Perlman through British Columbia. His special touring bike was modified so that he could carry essential food and camping supplies with him (all of which he greatly needed). Water was another essential, along with handy bike repair tools.
Taking advice from friends, Clayton Perlman entered Canada at the Sumas border crossing and bypassed most of Vancouver. He later found the Trans-Canada Highway near Bridal falls. He continued to travel west toward Hope, and he found easy camping along the way.
Though it was strenuous, Clayton Perlman has only fond memories of his ride. The difficulty and commitment required to complete the task were difficult, but not insurmountable for Clayton Perlman.