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An easy day's riding to Victorville via Needles and Barstow.
Hit a couple of small patches of rain - not too heavy and I dried-out in an hour whilst riding.
Scenery is gradually changing with lots of open desert like spaces with mountains in the distance.
Followed about a 10 mile stretch of the Historic Route 66 road - and boy was it bumpy -
not sure if I have any fillings ...
Greetings to my friends and family!
I'm sure most of you are familiar with my previous prayer and update letters while I was in Nicaragua 3 summers ago. That trip solidified my desire and confidence to follow Jesus more closely so as to witness his hands at work. I'm starting this little blog to better keep you in the know about that process and ways you can be praying!
These past two years in the High Desert have ...
... had to leave here at 9am.
As it happened the road was faster than expected and we were in Visalia for 10.15am. We did a rehearsal in front of the webcam and then went for coffee. On Main Street Visalia, which is quite smart and subtle, we found a crowded cafe where we asked for two regular coffees to take out and got instead two enormous coffees to take out.
Back at the webcam, sitting on the wall Joss held up a "Hello Oscar and George" sheet of paper as ...
... long, so we decided to try them both. The one on the left was our first choice. This one had lots of tall grasses, and was very narrow. It was about 3 feet wide, and there was a cliff and the end. After walking for a while, we discovered that this trail also led to a dead end. So, sadly, we had to turn back. This time, we decided to try the other trail. We quickly discovered that this trail was very long, so we followed it. ...
After gathering all the last minute materials for the trip, (we'd been preparing for months, and had the RV at the house for weeks, fixing it up and packing it), we were off. At least we thought we were until we heard a horrible screeching noise. Stopping the RV, we searched for clues but were stymied. Starting up again, we heard it again, and stopped immediately.
It seems we had left the ...