Olde Squat Inn Bed and Breakfast
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After sweating through hot day after hot day while packing, installing towing equipment, preparing the house for departure, and doing yard work (we have to leave the yard & house looking good, don’t we?), we finally left 609 Copperfield Ct. at approximately 4:30 pm. Yup, Nashville rush hour. But, WE DID IT!!! We are on the road – headed west.
On our way out of town, we had ...
... Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Over the course of six weeks we have met dozens of very interesting people, saw some amazing wildlife (more than ten new mammal species and countless birds!), had some nerve–racking border inspections, and did some really cool research (although hard work). My absolute favorite thing about our 10 000 mile road trip (which turned out to be a little longer than 10 000 miles) was spending quality time ...
... a 'nanno' brewery. I'm not sure they had ever met Australians, at least not cycling ones.... They were moved by us riding such a long way and gave a donation to the wheelchairs for kids charity we're supporting. There's a photo of the team at the front of the place. (this upload actually worked!!)
The enthusiasm was contageous it seems. A couple of other patrons at the resturant ...
... and if your name is still in the "good" position they can pick a treat that they aren't typically able to have (especially at 9am). Cavities, here we come. For all of you judgers out there... There is a plethora of heathy snacks available too. We found a Starbucks (thank you Jesus) in Effingham and I'm entertaining myself by working on my action research project for grad school. (Barf).... Don't be ...
Only two more sleeps until we leave on our 10,000 mile road
trip. Apart from the usual charging of batteries, laundry, packing, cleaning,
and music downloads, we thought it would be a wise idea to see how the dogs handle
camping. So last night we set up our tent in our wooded backyard and
rolled out the sleeping bags. The verdict…it’s tight, very tight. Two humans in