We just completed the first annual Harvard Airberta rally, featuring about 35 pilot entries flying to 24 different airports in Alberta over the last 4 days. At the wrap up ceremony that was hosted in the hangar that I park in (I was a participant, not an organizer), there were identified 5 pilots who managed to hit all 24 airports. I was one of them and 3 of the remaining 4 had also used an RV for their flights. The other RV participant in the rally missed out on the whole set by a single airport.
My own flying for this rally had me log 14.5 hours of air time over 28 flights to the 24 airports, all in a 53 hour period. I covered 1,825 NM in total which is enough that I could have reached Florida or Russia. This was more fun.
The plane held up quite well and among other things this served as a very good education in a landing technique that works across a wide variety of situations. The airports included 3 grass strips and one of those was a mountain strip at 5,350' MSL. Here is a picture of me landing at Red Deer Forestry strip (CFR7).
And this is a map of my routes.
This will be annual event and I'm looking forward to doing it next year with more pilots and more destinations.