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Day 33 Friday 3rd July. Brandon to Fargo North Dakota, 330 miles
The smog from the wildfires is still with us as we get the bikes ready for off. Just me, Andy S and Scotty and Catherine. Alan is in the breakdown truck today with his poorly bike.
A relitively easy day today although Scotty does need a new back tyre. We set off from …
We left Weyburn at 7.45am and drove until we reached the Canadian Duty Free shop at Portal. We went in to spend the last of our Canadian cash that we had.
We then drove through to the border security area. Chris, Sharon, Mark, Jody and Bailey were in front and were ushered over to the truck line. We waited until the car in our lane had moved on.
We moved up and were asked a few questions and we had ...
... that's practically another country, right?.... I have now been to 40 countries, and 40 U.S. states! Hurray!!! Good thing I passed through Alabama by accident, or the uneven number of 39 would have driven me bananas. Literally. I'd have had to drive all the way across Kansas to get to Oklahoma or something ridiculous. It's ridiculous enough having the big, blank panhandle in the middle of my completed states map. >:( I've been in the musical Oklahoma, can I count that?
Packing. I hate it. I wish I could snap my fingers and have everything I need packed up, rather than staying up all night, hoping I didnt forget aything.
A big storm made its way to Fargo last night and by 10am this morning, my flight to MSP was about an hour delayed because the storm was just leaving the MSP area.
It was so hard leaving Juan and my little girl. She had some Subway while we waited and she ...
... his rig to lead the other, long line of waiting vehicles through the mess. I pedaled out of sight, then collapsed. Felt like my heart and lungs were about to burst! After my recovery, I rode into Fargo on a bike trail, anxious to meet up with Maura and Abby. It was bloody hot and I needed ...