So... what now?
The next few days are figured out: tomorrow will be with my uncle who lives in L.A., and Monday will likely be back here at Lisa's in Santa Monica. Then... bike up the coast? There are plenty of hosts, and it's only another few hundred miles to get to the Bay Area. Or, if I'm ready to go home I can take the next Amtrak out of here. I guess I'll figure stuff out as I go along, just like the trip.
Either way, I biked!
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Bo dang top notch crazy go nuts!ReplyDelete
Congratulations, Eric, great picture! I liked your post about dogs, Steve sprays a water bottle at angry dogs, it's pretty effective and harmless. Do you have any stories to post about impatient motorists?ReplyDelete
Yes, plenty of those!Delete
The Grumpster and Grampster are thrilled that you've done it! The Giant Möö award awaits your return. YEAAAAAReplyDelete
you are amazing! grma nolaReplyDelete
Eric congratulations I'm so impressed and proud of you!!! Amazing picture also :) :) can't wait to hear all your stories in person!ReplyDelete
Way to go!!! That's a great feat!ReplyDelete
So happy for you!!!ReplyDelete
Congrats Eric! pretty amazing...ReplyDelete
A hearty congratulations. I am reminded of the book "Holes" by Louis Sachar, about your bike and dipping in the water.ReplyDelete
After, perhaps one could visit Astoria, Miami, or Bar Harbor?
I am relieved the Pepper spray has not been used as of yet.
Congrats Eric wow!!!!! you have been a motivating inspiration to me and many others !ReplyDelete
Fantastic job, Eric! What an adventure! But the journey doesn't have to end there: hop on that bike (or a train) and come on up to Seattle! I'd love to go riding with you around here.ReplyDelete
Congrats Eric! I'm so impressed with your perseverance and endurance. Well done! -HardinReplyDelete
Congrats on a job well done :)ReplyDelete