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... and the families we met with strongly suggested a "dry run" before the big trip - a family vacation that was long enough so that we could work out some of "kinks" of living in close proximity with one another for a prolonged period of time. This is how our 6 week 2013 Western United States Driving Experience came to be. Aside from an amazing family experience, we did in fact learn a number of valuable lessons that we are applying to our world ...
"Oh, geez, for the past few weeks here I was thinking it was Ryan Harman!" Terry started laughing at the ludicrous suggestion that Harman could be Santa. What a relief! Not only was the large, deep-voiced, exceedingly masculine Ryan Craig going to be the other Santa, but I wasn't the only one who couldn't conceive of Harman doing it. So while I was embarrassed, I was also vindicated.
As I was laughing, I said, "I couldn't get my ...
... that day we again saw the rest of the coast as a holiday and we went to Big Sur, Santa Barbara, Hollywood, San Francisco to name a few, i won't go into that as this was meant to be a blog regards the cycling.
So to wrap it up, it all started with a drunken suggestion of let's ride across America something i had never thought about but just came to me. And to be honest it didn't seem real until those first few days back in Philidelphia where i soon learnt it was real, ...
... phew!! Then... and so on!! As we were eating there was a massive downpour and lightnings outside but it had stopped by the time we had finished btw. So the conference held an opening party at this nearby bar. Me and Marcus went there as Pelle had to go back to the hotel. :/ At the bar they had free drinks and we talled to some interesting people and there were even a swede there! :D At around 10 pm we headed back to the hotel and tomorrow the exhibition continues... ...
Our fifth and final day we got up around seven and began breaking camp. This to date has been the most consecutive nights of camping we've ever done - 4 nights. It was great. We had a few bumps early on, like the furnace didn't work our first couple of nights. We figured out the fuse was blown and replaced it right away.
Some other Lessons Learned on this trip were:
- always take at least 1 liter of water with you when walking or ...