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... it! It's called the Mexican Ranch!" He told us how to get there and went on his way. We arrived at sunset, to beautiful green fields full of cattle. Him and his wife greeted us and gave us ice cold Gatorade which was greatly appreciated. Eddie told us the ACA (Adventure Cycling Association) had stayed with them the night before. That got us pretty excited and in the coming days we kept our eyes peeled for them. In the morning Eddie's wife told us ...
... leaving us with two seats for the three of us hippy ladies (and I'm not talking about the pot-smoking, peace preaching kind of hippy). But alas, we all scrunched in there and played musical seats to keep us comfortable enough.
We were heading to Ocean Springs to visit Thomas' parents and childhood friends for a birthday bonfire. Tom and Peggy Butera were extremely welcoming and we learned a little bit about southern manners, which was a lot more than our prior knowledge of ...
... children best through example. They gave us all we needed to be good, kind, honest people. I very proudly dedicate my 48 state tour with love to Mum and Dad, Phyllis and Walter Laskey. In their name, I am trying with all my heart and strength to help children. I can think of no greater tribute.
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Be home soon.
... everything we saw - the white sandy beaches and the wooden clad bars. Each day was fun packed starting with a morning workout in their garage, courtesy of Heather who put us through our paces with exercises that we hadn't been accustomed to for a while. This routine was a good addition as we ate a lot of fried food and drank a lot of beer during our stay so it kept us alive!
Each day at some point ...
... t strangle or otherwise murder me, 'cause I'm now typing this blog.
Next will be photos from outside and inside this wonderful museum. Josh must've thought this guy needed a hug - I think he's a signalman on an aircraft carrier? The photo of the family of statues made me think of our dear friend, retired Captain Chuck O'Reilly, his wife Norma, and their family. There must've been a lot of homecomings like this. I think the next one was ...