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Travel Blogs from Wading River
... be grateful that I got to go back and help. That I could help, even just a little. It will always be my hometown.
Needless to say, the devastation was worse than I could have imagined. Miles upon miles of water-logged cars, boats on train tracks, piles of garbage 10 feet high in front of EVERY house.
I can't describe it even if I tried.
I'm just grateful I was there. ...
... before I could help and not just be in the way.
My mother just texted me, though, that she’s sitting in her house, alone, without lights, worrying that the looters were coming. It makes me feel guilty that I’m sitting in the sunshine, relaxing in a Starbucks, playing on the computer. But the most important thing is to be helpful to her, not to do something just because I feel guilty.
So I’m off to Oahu and then to NY. Again. ...
Headed straight to Harlem to hear some gospel music this morning. Late start
and a small subway mix-up, but made it in time. Lots of people pouring off the
trains heading for church. One little girl complained we were walking too slow
as she and her mother manoeuvred past us. Judy apologised, and mum said, "No need to be
sorry, we just don't want to be late for church."
... park was not operating, but that was never an issue, rides were not on our agenda.
Weather got a little windy and cold, but walked the boardwalk anyway and had lunch in a beach side Russian restaurant. Lots of Russkies in this area, huge immigrant population as Sandy informed us yesterday.
Headed back for an early night ready for another big day in the city ...
... And lastly, we have our lasting anticipation and excitement that has seen us through four months of almost complete absorption of our spare time.
In terms of physical training, we are neither here nor there. Since finding out that this was to become a reality this summer, we've cycled about two-thirds the distance of the Ring Road at 650 miles, yet we never rode our bikes at full weight capacity.
In terms of mental preparation, we have no ...