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Arriving HOME . . .

We’d reached Redding, California and decided to stay, rather than push a day that was aggravated by strong headwinds and side gusts. We nested in a Starbucks parking lot after shopping at the nearby Trader Joes. And slept well.You could feel it in th…

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A Palm Springs Sleep Leading to a Los Banos Reunion

From Marana in Arizona, we have plans to stay in Palm Springs. We head out early across the l-o-o-o-o-n-n-n-g-g-g desert trek. This is the most agonizing drive just because of it’s emptiness. I did try to appreciate the simple, subtle changes of moun…

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Crossing the Border . . . and on to Marana

The dark night still swirls with the night fog when we get up to do morning stretches, breakfast and leave by 6am. Our hope it to get to the border crossing before mid-day heat and when our energy levels are ready for whatever the inspections require….

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Leaving Los Mochias and Clumsily into San Carlos

I won’t share with you any lovely visuals of our drive to, arrival nor the stay in the Los Mochias Sam’s/Walmart parking lot. I did experience a slight level of discomfort as we’d as the security guards about the appropriateness of staying over night …

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