Sunday, July 25, 2010

Sorry to let you down…


Sorry I haven’t posted since my first day of travel.

I grossly underestimated the amount of effort it would take to travel 400 to 600 miles per day.  Basically, the first four days were completely dedicated to travel.  After covering the days distance, effort turned toward getting ready for the next day (fuel, dinner, cleaning the windscreen, sink laundry, etc).  Other days there was no Internet access, it was unreliable or I needed to check into work.

Today I’ve been getting caught up around the house and getting ready for work tomorrow.

I hope to make some posts about what we’ve seen including pictures.

I was a great trip and I cannot wait to share it with you.


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