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Yesterday was the hardest day of the trail so far. I have included some pictures of the beautiful scenery and some of the difficult obstacles we encountered. The water crossings were especially challenging due to the slick bottoms. The low of the day - my bike literally slid perpendicular to my destination due the moving …
... bed and we stayed up reminiscing. Not too late though as Don had to work the next day and would be heading out very early. We said our goodbyes to him before heading off to bed. It wasn't until the next mroning that we realised we had been so busy catching up we had not taken any photos so just before heading off we took some pictures of Lisa and the girls out on the patio. The morning sun was so bright we were all squinting a bit.
... br> We had done a couple of crossings with no issues at 1mph (as opposed to yesterday's technique of 40mph) and all was OK.
Bill cleared this one using the 1 mph technique. It was 30 feet wide and about 6 inches deep.
I thought I would try the standing up approach at about 10mph as I had yet to fall off using this method.
Well you can guess the rest.
You are now asking yourself why would anyone with this little talent ...
... then be creative and have someone collect and donate on the group's behalf.
The story is not so pretty for the family living at the edge of the GCA Campus property line. As an example, there is a father there with two boys living in a tent. While they do attend the school they are mostly fed from back door of the GCA guesthouse and that is only when the guest house is occupied.
While having the summer camp we would have children ...
... as these children in Haiti. You have to wonder sometimes where they sleep, do they have anything over their head when they sleep at night or do they really have enough to eat and do they have shoes on their feet.
I am very happy to be going and doing what little that we can to make a difference. My one fear is that once we get there it will appear that we will never be able to do enough. We have to all remember that if we help just one child it is all worth ...