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The push was on today to complete the final two days of our ride across America. For most folks it is all about seeing the Atlantic Ocean. I remain more engaged with each day and the sights, sounds and history along the way. Today began by riding through a Richmond suburb and then older parts of the city ...
... were innumerable areas where the barrel barricades were stretched for miles and miles along the roadways...........with NO one around performing road work. Those areas where lanes were closed and work was being done, short distances and very few in number.
With this rant, I close this blog, and again hope some of you received a bit of a chuckle, a pleasant read, or maybe even an enjoyable moment from the pics.
God bless you, and God bless this great nation of ours.
Its been one hell of a ride thus far. The first day we sat in traffic for 1-1/2 hours in about 100 degree temp. This was just the beginning. On to beautiful country in W. Virginia where we hit a storm with tremendous gusts of wind and MJ.s muscles were strained keeping this bike on the road. A bit of rain from time to time and ...
Are you feeling a little bulge around the middle? Well, you're not alone! It's that time of year once more when ladies coastline to coastline make a pledge to lose those unwanted pounds. If there's one thing women want ALL year long, is a body that we're pleased with, a body that not only makes us feel wonderful, but one that is great. We are talking FANTASTIC from the inside out, from our toes to the top of our head. Have you ever attempted to take a weight loss product, gone on ...
... through a personal relationship with Jesus. He was telling this to enslaved people on property that was not his.
The King’s attorney was William Robertson and he had three witnesses to bring before the court to show Mr. Walker’s guiltiness. The first witness accused Mr. Walker of trespassing on his property and believed his punishment should be to be hung. The second witness, Mary Whistler, talked about the barking of his words during assembly. She said she ...