Day 162

Christine dropped me off at my daughter’s home in Silver Spring at about 8:30 am. I said hello and goodbye to my son-in-law, Zak, and my grandsons Leo and Solomon (Marna was out), left my backpack with Zak, and headed out on the road to put in some walking miles. The next couple of days […]

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Day 151

As I walked through Clarksburg I was happy I was not pushing my kart. There’s absolutely no shoulder at all. It’s just three lanes of traffic rushing in each direction. The narrow border of grass next to a cement barrier is barely wide enough for me to walk on. That said, I often miss what was […]

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Day 133

This was a day filled with a few surprises, mostly pleasant ones. Knowing I had a long day ahead of me, I was packed up and out of the campsite at 6:30 am. Rain was expected so I kept my rain jacket strapped to the top of my kart. The first 10 miles was up […]

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Day 103

I woke up behind the mound of asphalt to a sunny, windy day, and the sound of a bulldozer nearby. Last night I’d noticed the bulldozer parked near the pile. This morning a guy drove a large truck into the lot, parked, got into the dozer, started it up, and proceeded to load asphalt into […]

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Day 97

At 5 am I was awake, eating a breakfast of blueberry yogurt, oats, and a banana as I read a message from Jana Brown. It included a scary weather prediction of possible tornadoes. Tomorrow. Well, now I have a choice of a possible demise in a tornado, or dying of boredom holed up in a […]

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