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Not too much I can say... We made it out alive. Last night was rough. Matt spend all day loading up the truck with some hired teenage help. (Thanks Shane!) And of course, there was a whole lot more to do this morning. We ran on five hours of sleep and popped Red Bulls at 6 am to get us moving. We were out of the house by 10 but had ...
... to grasp the one and not let go of the other. The man who fears God will follow them both." . Which for my heart, meant that instead of loans being my motivation for waiting to act, I needed to trust God's provision and wait for Him to act. That He is fully capable and willing to give me enough to take care of my loans while also following Him wherever He asks! Graciously, by the time I finished teaching this year, I had ...
... headed for Tehachapi pass - us on the old road and the train on the original route. The huge H-58, and therefore of no interest to us, was in the distance. We grabbed another photo of the train with our car and the hills behind covered with the most dense area of wind turbines ever. Even in Germany.
Now we were driving through Mojave in the desert and heading for Lancaster. We took the old Sierra Highway, beside the new H-14, to north of Lancaster where we turned in ...
... connects. This meant that it took us a good three hours to cover 20 miles even though we were cruising at 15mph.
We took a MacDonalds stop. The Golden Arch on every corner is no exaggeration. Every mile throughout these satellite towns there is a fast food complex. Pols and I have however agreed that MacDs will be our sure bet through the states. For a cycle tourer it has it all; a toilet, free wifi, free water bottle top-ups and coffee. ...
The past four days the weather hasn't been on our side. A lot of fog, wind, rain, hail, and even snow as we cross from Agua Dulce, through the desert, and over the San Gabriel mountains.
Now there is only 350 miles to go to reach the Mexican border.
Day 105 (10/16/10): At 5pm, we finally pack our bags, put on our shoes and prepare to leave the Saufley's. We start saying goodbye to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking