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This is my first blog entry. I have never done a blog before, so this will be a nice learning experience. I am super excited to be heading out in about a month. My brother and I just finished our route out there and we are still getting everything all together for the trip. It's coming up ...
... br> I went on my way and I felt like I was being watched and I kept having to look behind me to check. I had walked many miles before but these seemed more difficult, it was like there was less air in this altitude. I fell down a few times because I was exhausted from walking. I finally reached this chapel looking building and I went to walk up towards it and I stepped on a rock and it slipped and then I slipped ...
... br> Carol Sue has a Boston Terrier dog that she
kept in the crate most of the time. As it was out Carol Sue was in the
kitchen with Louise, I was just coming out of the bathroom and I hear
Caroline laughing louder and harder than I think I have ever heard her
laugh. As I walk in the room she and Mom are just about crying with
laughter because Mom had been standing up in front of the couch and the
dog jumped on the couch ...
... An exciting finish kept our attention then it was dark outside.
I have been having some problems with the hotspot on my iPhone so I fussed with that a bit. Had been talking with tech support who want me to backup and restore the software. We got Sraddha's hotspot to work but signal is weak here so I turned back on Verizon.
Nothing else we really wanted to ...
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End - 00445 m
Got in about 8 hours on the road today. Pretty straight forward except when the gps went into a "recalculating" cycle just outside of Toledo, Ohio. We ended up on this very cool newly paved two lane road for about 60 miles. At one point we stopped at a little park that had a section of an old cannel. A nice change from the interstates we'd been on. The camping idea didn't ...