Day 3

Well, the beast has been slain. The 80+ mile-er, the hills like you’ve never seen before, and riding on four lane highways were just a few experiences I got to *cough* enjoy today. I’ve developed a minor fear for dogs, as can be seen by my flinching every time I hear one bark, and I’ve learned that, if you go slow enough, the spedometer will indeed think that you have stopped. *cringes thinking about hills* I’d like to think the worst is behind me, and I do think it might be, but being alone so long messes with one’s reasoning. Let’s see, I have four days left, but the last one doesn’t count so that’s three. With that logic, I have three days left, but if that last day doesn’t count then I really only have two because the last day never counts. But now that those last two don’t count, it’s almost like…. you get the idea.
After climbing, arguably, the most devastating hill I’ve ever encountered, I arrived here at the state park where the staff already knew me, which was pretty cool I suppose. I was honestly too tired to care. After doing some exploring I ate, and by the time this has been published you can bet I’ve walked another trip in itself trying to find service here. You’d think that after climbing to get to this place you would be pretty much set in terms of cell service. Nevertheless, I apologize if you’ve tried to reach me and I haven’t responded.
Retrospectively, today was pretty rough, but I got to take a mental journey through the hills and towns of PA and now I am here and safe so that’s what really matters.
A huge thanks to everyone for the support by the way. Words can’t  describe my appreciation, and if they could I’m too tired to think of them.


6 thoughts on “Day 3

  1. Hi Greg
    I am enjoying reading your blogs everyday. Keep up the good work and you will be done before you know it. Very proud of you for taking on this adventure.

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  2. Keep trucking (or should I say biking) along. We are all so proud of you for what you are doing and the awareness you are bringing to this debilitating disease. We are thinking of you, praying for safe travels, and send our undying love. Keep on keeping on! xoxo

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    1. Boom!! Aunt Lisa nailed it Greg. As a parent we hope that our children will make a mark on society and leave the planet a better place then they found it. Young man you are on your way to achieving that NOW!! Good luck and keep pedaling. We are all with you and behind you!! You got this one buddy!!🚲🚲

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