Value Place Pensacola, Florida (Detroit Blvd)
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... 15 minutes) we decide to bomb it aka go as fast as possible. Cruising through the leaves and grass I came upon a large section of sand. Going at such high speeds my bike wobbled out from underneath me, my response was a flying ninja karate dismount landing solidly on my two feet! With not a moment to spare in the jungle I grabbed my bike and ran up a small hill getting back on my bike and charge ahead. Soon after we found the road we were ...
... Gras which means costumes!!! Turbo came up with "Blue Baller" equipped with a blue jersey, blue Nike kicks, a blue wig and blue shorts (she even put socks in her short for the "full effect"), Teresa found a chicken princess outfit already made and never been used, Gavin was a bloody nutria and powerstroke a Forever stamp. Heading to the Halloween birthday party we arrived to no one dancing, this did not stop us from getting groovy and meeting people that loved to dance as much as we ...
... I was going to do what I had set out to do if I had to crawl on my hands and knees the entire way. If I had to push the loaded bike to the tops of every one of those mountains then that's what I had to do. My fears and anxieties about the tour simply faded, replaced by an inner drive to keep my promise and a dedicated Heart and Strength that found me crossing the Florida border exactly 100 riding days later.
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We left NYC heading to Pensacola, Florida to stay with one of Rachael's friends from camp, Amy Workman, who she hadn't seen since 2002. I was excited to meet her, her fiancee Heather, and their four dogs, also to see Pensacola. When we were driving around upstate NY and New England our usual radio station was 24-Margaritaville with Jimmy Buffett. I can't wait for my biggest worry to be where the lost shaker of ...
... seconds ended up taking me about forty-five. My first clue that the trip wasn't going to go smoothly was the very pretty, very expensive-looking car that was abandoned right outside the entrance to my subdivision in the foot-and-a-half of water on Cody/Jer****n Road. Once I went around it, I saw that the police had blocked off the rest of Jer****n and that I would need to find an alternate route to the gas station (which is also on Jer****n, just ...