There's a lot of pressure writing these blogs now. Mary Ashley Callaway (our fourth child) said "it's like her heroin" she's addicted. Hal Craig former Twick youth member in the glory days said "I wait all day for the next
update, I almost turned the Boise St. Game off to check the blog." Come on Hal, get a life. I wish I had more to offer you. It's a toss up between today's 74 and yesterdays 116. We did 30 miles into Phoenix from Wickenburg at a ripping 16 mph. Then all momentum was lost as we struggled to find our way through a myriad of stoplights and questionable turns. My maps are built for bikes, Amy on the iPad is working from the car point of view. Very frustrating. Before it was over we were both frustrated with each other. But we checked into a motel, had dinner, and are fine now, except she's leaving Friday. That's not good. However, Brad Bass and Ben Logan are coming, can you believe that? Then Jamie Kimbel is coming. I'm blown away by the support. I may even get to see my old college buddy Jeff Wyatt. Anyway, today was pretty uneventful. Pray for Kolton, Kooper, and Kody, they need a parent.
Nothing, I got nothing! It was a day filled with many stops and a lot of turning around. And, there were NO picture opportunities! How boring! Lincoln did great - but as he mentioned before, navigating from two different perspectives is difficult. I'll take middle of nowhere, bad roads and no shoulder over populated, center of Phoenix roads any day! Lincoln is sporting some interesting tan lines though - sunburned arms, white hands and strap marks down the chin! Pretty - but the mark of a dedicated rider! We are growing slightly concerned over Lincoln's dead hand. It seems the intense riding is taking it's toll on his right hand - he can't hold anything! I had to help him with shaving and almost had to feed him tonight! Very interesting! But, all is well - just very tired! While Wickenburg was a quaint little town - they had terrible pillows! We're hoping for a better nights sleep! Be blessed! Amy
Lincoln riding by!
Arizona canal and bike path - very nice!
Sun Devil Stadium - Arizona State University
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