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... etc. - it has been an incredibly exciting time.
But this chapter is coming to a close. There is nothing left to prepare for.... it's just time to do it.
I want to thank everyone who is making this adventure possible for me. From work life to personal life, so many people have stepped up to make sure life keeps rolling on here when I'm ...
... in my spare bedroom and check it everyday to see what I might want to add or take away...this way I don't stress out about packing at the last minute. I'll be packing a spare backpack for souvenirs and gifts for the return flight home. I'm very excited to share my adventure to the Philippines with all of you, so stay tuned for another amazing beach bucket list check off for ...
We arrived at Joe and Joan's and parked Big Mo in their driveway, no worse for the wear and tear. They had a wonderful dinner all planned for us along some of their friends. We had a lot of laughs and were struck again at how similar in mannerisms Joe and Rock are. We stayed overnight and enjoyed their hospitality immensely.
... memorabilia from all of the decades including their uniforms and happy meal toys. We had lunch at Jimmy Johns sandwich shop and then headed to Lincoln park zoo. The zoo was free to get in and really quiet considering the temperature was in the negatives again. We walked into the primate house and came out to find that it was snowing which was very exciting and while all the normal people were seeking shelter from the snow, Laura and I seized the opportunity to ...
... I love this trail, it is a premier trail that compares to the best trails in the country. Soon we were upon our favorite hill on the other side of the Fox River, .....what a test! Normally we climb the hill at about 7 (8-9 for Devon) mph. Today with about 90 lbs of steel and gear under our bodies we did a respectable 5mph. Our new bikes were built for touring so the lowest gear on the front sprocket is a 24-tooth granny gear so ...