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... which, I guess brings me to another thing: bathrooms. Basically you pee anywhere you can. A gas station is ideal, local businesses are even better-they tend to be generous and clean-but sometimes we do twenty miles without seeing any kind of business or gas station, and in that case, all you have are the woods. So that's what happens with that. Today we rode just over 70 miles. It got pretty hilly towards the ...
We got a slow start out of Charlotte after an amazing breakfast of waffles, pancakes, bacon and some truly excellent coffee. My ride buddies for the morning (Lauren, Alycia, Annie, and Katie) decided to stop and take a picture in front of the city before continuing to roll. Charlotte was quite the sight and the largest city in NC. My legs felt great all morning and I had the euphoric ...
... Lynn's home in the country. We toured her home and land, sat on the back porch watching hummingbirds and listening to hawks and frogs, had a delicious dinner with Southern Chicken Pie and cousin Sandy's recipe for cake in a mug, and just for visited for hours. A wonderful visit, a comfortable bed indoors, a peaceful ...
... monitored closely over the next several years for any recurrence.
As “there are no atheist in foxholes”, I was quick to realize
all God has done in leading me here, to the right place, at the right
time, with the right people. Here He shelters us in a forest of oak
and pine. We are secure to rest and recoup. His eternity promise is to each of
us, faithful and everlasting. Amen.
Cancer is cancer, ...
We traveled on the 27th to Meridian, MS, and on the 28th to Carrollton, GA. Both were pretty uneventful overnight stops. On Sunday morning we left the John Tanner State Park in Carrollton, GA, to head for home. There was no good way to avoid going through downtown Atlanta, and we correctly surmised that traffic would be lightest on Sunday morning than at any other time. Miss Garmin steered us ...