The Ramble will include Ernie designing lessons for students of Nevada history. In the Educators link, she will be creating lessons with photos, videos, and facts collected from the towns, counties, and sites she visits.
In the summer of 2004, she will be running the length of Nevada, starting just north of Jarbidge, NV on the Idaho border, and ending in the southeast corner on the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation at the Arizona border.
In 2005, she will running a mega-mile triangle encompassing the majority of the state. The route will start and end in Las Vegas, coinciding with the city's cenntennial. She'll travel to the north, summiting Boundary Peak (the highest point in Nevada) and continue to Pyramid Lake before starting south and east. Following some of the Pony Express route and Highway 50, she'll summit Wheeler Peak (the 2nd highest point in the state) before continuing south, eventually traveling the Alamo Road to Clark County and returning to Las Vegas.