the plan now is to get accross the mississippi on the train and head north east tweords lake superior and the great north woods to visit a few old friends then over to marinette menomonee to visit some even older friends then twords green bay and down the shore of lake michegan to The milwaukee area about 2-3 weeks travel time
shew...i am so relieved to read that you are a little more encouraged these days. was worried about you! you are one lucky fellow to have these opportunities and so many people that care about you. keep your chin up -eyes on the road, of course- and good luck the next couple of weeks. beth
I hope that you catch that train on time. Did you end up trashing the shorts and jersey? If not, rinse them out in tomato juice. That is what they recomend for dogs that tangle with skunks. It seems to neutralize the odor.
I had my Spin-a-thon this last Friday night. It was super. We had thirty people who did three hours on the spinners. Al Amado, master presenter, was one of the ride leaders. We gave away spinning t-shirts, cycling socks, 4 $20 gift certificates to a bike shop, and a 30 minute massage. Everyone had a great time and we raised $1030.00 for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
I know how it is to get discouraged on the bike, I have felt that way before. Hang in there when the legs are aching, and the wind is blowing, and it seems like you are making no progress. You have a big cheering section down here in Houston wishing you all the best.
sounds like your ride was a success Next time you see Mr amado tell him i said hi we met in L A last year and I told him he was a famous guy.
Yes i did catch the train in time and rode accross minasota read about it in my next post.
Beth: it is certinially swell to hear from you I thought you went aSTRAY cause I hadent heard anything from or aBOUT you in a long time I was thinking today about the time we went for a 50 mile bike ride in the cold damp weather and all the beer we drank after the ride and the people we were with, hey its all good