I picked up the wrong bag after arriving into Newark Airport from Minneapolis. I had to make a few Uber journeys and the next morning I eventually got my bag back. I was so worried I had lost it 12/01

My good mate Tristin drove down to Indianapolis to attend the Big 10 Title Game. The Badgers started well but the Buckeyes showed their class in the second half to win the conference. But we still had a blast 12/07

I dropped into a Geography class at Bay Port High where students were presenting on a different state/territory of Australia. It was good to give the class more information and help them out 12/12

Will and I have been going to a game for the past four seasons as party of my annual visit to Lambeau. It was great to continue that tradition for another Packers win against our arch rival Bears

The Titans were playing the Saints and I bumped into this family from Gulfport, Mississippi, home of Brett Favre, my favourite ever Packer. Casey, Jennifer, Chase and Brooke were cool to hang out with 12/20

Dan and Jenny took me out for dinner and drinks in Milwaukee on the last Friday night of the year. We bumped into some Packers and Badgers fans that loved hearing about my story and living my dream

Whilst tailgating outside the MetLife Stadium our group bumped into Packers CEO Mark Murphy. He had read my story and enjoyed hearing about my crazy adventure and how I'm such a massive Packers fan

Straight after the game we headed back to Green Bay. I drove the first half to Chicago before Tristin took over and I slept in the back, waking up in Green Bay. It was one of the craziest adventures I've ever undertaken and we did it! 12/08

A great life experience was helping to clear up snow at Lambeau a couple of days before the Packers vs Bears game. As I'm on a tourist visa I couldn't accept any cash but gladly did it for free-so much fun 12/13

I drove down to Madison the next day for an interview with Maddy O Neil from local station Channel 3000. It was great to come back to Camp Randall and share my Packers and Badgers 2019 journey 12/16

I flew from Nashville to Minneapolis for the Monday night game. Met up with Ryan and Kim from Lot 1 as well as a few other Packers fans in a sea of Purple. I was pouring shotski at the Purple Pride Tailgate 12/23

My mate Justin finished work late, so Justin, Brad and I ended up staying in a highway motel in a place in Michigan called Kalamazoo. We arrived at 3am and left for Detroit a few hours later 12/20

Caught up with some Bay Port High School staff inside the stadium. After a disappointing loss to the 49ers the Packers improved to 9-3 against the New York Giants in very snowy conditions. I stayed in New Jersey for a couple of nights 12/01

After a few hours sleep in Green Bay I was back at Lot 1 pouring shotski. The energy around our tailgate is so uplifting so I didn't feel that tired. The guys enjoy having me there and I'm ever so grateful 12/08

The generosity of the Packers community continues. Mary-Kay kindly donated two tickets for the Packers-Bears game so that my good mate Will and I could sit next to each other. Packers fans are the best! 12/13

I took an overnight coach to Memphis to visit my 28th state in America. I visited the National Civil Rights Museum, formerly the Lorraine Motel, where Dr King was assassinated on 4th April 1968 12/18

I made it on a local  news station live from the tailgate, with my hosts Tom and Peggy recognising me on TV. I correctly predicted a Packers win, their first ever at the impressive and loud new U.S Bank Stadium 12/23

We didn't have any time to tailgate and I headed straight into Ford Field after buying a ticket online as I was feeling under the weather whereas the boys went scalping for tickets, which is both stressful and fun 12/28

I caught up with and stayed with friends I met at the Electric Forest Music Festival in Michigan last June. Hopefully I can meet them at the festival's 10th anniversary next June. Tickets sold out as soon as they went on sale 12/03

I went with Nick from my host family to the game and caught up with Eric and Tristin at the VFW tailgate tent. The Packers improved to 10-3 in what was a nervy finish. But a win is a win especially after last season 12/08

I attended a Christmas party in Little Chute with my good friends Dan and Jenny. I love catching up with Dan as he is always making plans to meet me somewhere in USA. Hopefully Dan can join me! 12/14

Memphis is seen as a major influence of Rock 'n' Roll, Blues and Soul musical genres. I visited the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum and it was great learning about how music overcame racial barriers 12/18

It was nice witnessing the win with my mate Justin. We were seated around a good group of both Packers and Vikings fans. Vikings QB Cousins moved to a miserable 0-9 record for Monday night football 12/23

A post-victory photo with the cool guys sitting around us. The Packers had a strong second half to steal the game right at the death with a Mason Crosby field goal, sparking lots of wild hugging! 12/29

Another flight issue. This time I missed my connection to Green Bay from O Hare after a delayed incoming flight from Newark. But American Airlines put me in a nice hotel for the night and the next morning I took a coach to Indianapolis 12/04

Stephen from the UK and Irish Packers interviewed me as Fan Of The Week on their weekly podcast show. It was great telling him and the listeners about my journey from my personal background to current adventure in America 12/11

I was up early for a special live interview on local Fox 11 news with The Fromigos on the morning of the Packers-Bears game. I was presented with a special painting to take back home. So much love 12/15

From Memphis I took a bus to Nashville, home of the honkey tonk scene in America. Broadway has many original establishments with live music playing from opening until close. The music was so good! 12/18

The next morning I took a bus to Madison to catch up with Tristin before driving back to Green Bay. Madison keeps on drawing me back even though every time I think is my last time. Great college town 12/24

Justin and I have been to all 16 regular season games this year so we decided to use our fingers to indicate our achievement. It was touch and go at times for the both of us but we made it and onto the playoffs in January.