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... The traffic in The City was terrible. When we got here we unpacked and went straight to the beach. I mean, I honestly can't complain, looking at all those cute surfers but yeah. Every night I go to the beach,sit there and just listen to music, but tonight I can bring my blog with me and finish my first entry. I take at least two showers a day( because of the sand, humid air and just because I sweat. Yesterday I biked into town and today I biked to ...
... 25 departed Lufkin, TX at 6:30am and arrived at Lonoke, Arkansas at 3:30pm 340 miles = slept at Valero Truck stop
June 26 departed Lonoke, Arkansas at 6:30am arrived at DICKSON, Tennessee at 3:30pm 394 miles = Slept at DICKSON RV Park
June 27 departed Dickson, TN at 6:30am and arrived at BRISTOL, VIRGINIA at 4pm 313 miles = stayed at Walmart parking lot.
June 28 departed Bristol, VA at 7am and arrived at CHAMBERSBURG, PA at 4:30pm ...
Our friends coordinated a Police escorted ride down Main Street last night in Middletown Ct. to MONDO, where there was a fundraiser for The ONE Ride. The Police Officers were great... and all over our 14,000 Miles of Giving campaign. It rained all day until we were ready for our dramatic entrance when the skies cleared for me, Purple Haze and a new riding friend, Marilyn on her bike, with our Police escorted, traffic stopping 6 block ride down Main Street. ...
The Mentus family has a big announcement!!
Connor can now ride a bike without training wheels!!!!!!!!
What?? What did you think I was going to say?
Anyways... Daddy removed Connors training wheels this afternoon and he had so much fun riding around the campground uninhibited by those extra wheels! Our biggest boy is growing so fast!
We had a relaxing morning followed by a visit from some good friends we ...
... someone needed help. As a young boy I remeber helping build two of my uncles' homes. People bartered and traded everything.
One of the best experiences was the food. Everyone had 2 kitchens and made heavenly food. Eating wasn't just a matter of consumption, it was an out of body experience. Family dinners were 7 courses and took all day. Neighbor hood picnics included roasting a whole pig and boiling dozens of ears ...