Today’s blog is dedicated to my Southeastern Virginia Alzheimer’s Association friends that are going to the Advocacy Forum in Washington, DC. Thank you for being our voice and taking your time to let Congress know we so deeply need their help to find the answers to Alzheimer’s Disease. Safe travels, and know I will be thinking about you and praying that your voices are heard.
Well, today we left Camp Wood on a damp, foggy morning…oh, what to wear? It was 70¡, so that helped make the decision easier. Our usual routine begins with 7:30 am breakfast at the trailer. I had my cereal with raisins, but this morning I added peanut M&M’s because our room (don’t ask) did not have a working coffee maker (no caffeine!!) It’s OK..It was probably too dirty to use anyway. We began the Texas Hill Country (as it’s called for a very good reason). But I like the hills–they make me focus on the cause I am riding for and that gives me the strength to reach the top!
Fox Fire Cabins (the closest I want to come to camping) is our stopping point for today. I am eating my usual lunch–a peanut butter sandwich I make everyday at morning snack table! Oh, and nuts for sure!! Shower completed! I am thinking about the 80 mile ride for tomorrow–again, Hill Country–to Fredericksburg (YES, STILL) Texas and then a rest day on Friday. Some old NN friends, Barry and Mindy, that live in San Antonio are driving up to spend Friday with me in Fredericksburg. That will be fun to have a visit and just hangout!
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Thank you as always for your amazing support!
Oh–tomorrow is the halfway day! WOW!!!
Love , Rona