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... areas. Sheets were soaked from condensation so I came in to use dryer. Woman already in there and she was territorial. I just gave her my best overly nice sarcastic attitude. I think it worked well.
-Cars up and down gravel path during night and early morning. We didn't realize that there was another RV city just below our tent site.
... who volunteer with that organization! If anyone knows a friend who would loves what we're doing please tell them to check out the blog and to donate, if they are able to! There is 7 days left of fundraising and I am only $225 away from a grand total of $10,000! I can't say thank you enough to all of you for supporting me so much thus ...
... Food! Lunch buffet was 7.95 each, including salad and dessert! eat your heart out all those places that charge you $6.99 for a measly sandwich.
Tonight will be the last night in the RV, and tomorrow we get to sleep in a real bed again. My back is very grateful for this thought.
Last leg is 337 miles. See y ' all tomorrow ...
... in the area, none. It is raining and we are in our tent at the back of the United Methodist Church. Yep, right downtown. We stopped early because of rain. Our tent is humid, but warm. So far it is still dry inside. So far the pastor has not seen us and kicked us out. We think we're so sly setting up camp behind a small air conditioning unit. Scott crosses the street after cover of darkness and returns with hamburgers and french fries from the crossroads store/service station. ...
We are still in Wheelersburg, Ohio. We are so tired from travel and preparation to get here that we overslept and missed breakfast. Scott has a terrible cold and his eyes are blood red. He does not feel well at all. I can't tell if I am sick or just mean and mad that I am on this bike again. We checked out, headed to get the local maps needed, and to Scott's wits end, and my joy, we had to spend the night again. I slept like a log, and ...