Days Inn City Center
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After seven weeks on the road our car is pointed toward home for the first time. We're driving east now and it feels like we’re heading home. Of course we still have a little less than two weeks of trip left, but home seems closer now.
This week was another week full of reconnecting with people, many of whom we haven’t seen for many years. Last Sunday we had a big fun potluck meal after worship at United Lutheran Church. We lived in Eugene seven ...
... to Bonny Lake, Washington and once again meet up with a fellow Yellowstoner to stay the night. The drive ahead of us is quite boring through Eastern Washington. Nothing but lava fields and a few sagebrush as far as the eye can see. Who knows thought, we might actually see something of special interest along the way. In any case, it will be long drive that neither Ible or I are looking forward to.
Keep calm and adventure on my friends!
... you have there!"
Oh yeah, the guy had a dog, forgot to mention that.
DudeBro "Uh huh"
Forest Hostess "I had a dog like that once, his name was Corbin. He had a brother named Dallas."
DudeBro "Uh huh, cool"
Forest Hostess "It's from that movie, with Bruce Willis. The 5th Element" We thought it was funny."
DudeBro "We'll need drinks too"
At this point forest hostess ...
There were prolonged fellowshipping and discussions at the close of services. Roasted peanuts, unleavened bread and honey and Soboro (a local spicy herbal drink) were served as refreshments.
We said our good byes and expressed our individual and collective appreciation to Mark for sacrificing in many ways to be here with us.
Later in the afternoon, I dropped Mark Mickelson off at the Kotoka International Airport to catch his flight back home to Spokane.
... step before race start, around 6am.
Clark and I walked over to the transition area to part ways, and as we hugged I was pretty emotional, as I knew I would be, and teared up a little. I think it was combined nervousness, uncertainty, dread... so many months of training, hard work and expectations about to culminate in this one day. It was overwhelming! He comforted me as much as he could, then I was off to get ready for the day ahead.