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... of the women of our family riding together – and headed for West Concord. And it was a great way to finish this year’s trip – sunshine, a nice tailwind, and the 4 of us riding together. What a blessing from God to be able to do these trips!
We cruised along at sometimes 21 mph, and then when we’d go up a gradual hill, Haydynne would pedal so hard to help her mom – and Becca says it really does help. We saw the ...
... we went to mail the box, see the bank and went to spend Lee's $25.00 he got from his retirement at Cabela's . Back to the camper to update our blog. So just a bit about what we are doing.
Here is a clue for where we are heading next. Come on and try to guess. The name of the place is the Native American name for two rivers flow through it.
... we stopped for cheese, and we stopped in Sparta Wi home of the bicycle AND the fiberglass graveyard. It was an interesting adventure to say the least. Lots of fun though and plenty of giggles. The fiberglass graveyard had a lot of itchy grass and bugs but we survived. Ending for the night in Mn only to keep on truck in' in the morning. Are we having fun ...
Today was a drive day so we got up early and packed up and hit the road. The drive all up was about 700 km so a big day in a van towing a trailer. It was a pretty uneventful drive with a couple of stops at gas stations along the way. The most interesting thing of the day was probably the amount of road kill we saw which had been basically non existent the rest of the trip because they have road crews who scrape ...
... Like everything else, it didn't matter what we were riding...just that we were riding as one!
The other piece of group symbolism and "belonging" was the patches. Thanks, Lisa! While it was "cool" to have the memorabilia, the coveted group and ride patches and pins were important for group dynamics. It gave us identity as a group...a single unit...rather than individual riders out on a lark. They began the process of helping us all to understand that this was a group thing. That ...