Our amazing journey has come to an end. Yesterday I kept thinking don’t mess up the last 70 miles 😳! There were a lot of hills (3.6kft) and some narrow patches (no shoulder), but arrived safely and plenty tired, an exhilarating tired👍😉!!
Still happily married after another 5 weeks together in the Tin Can! The Tin Can isn’t doing so well as it broke down 3 miles from our B&B. The Innkeeper came and picked Amy up ,as I rode in. The Tin Can was towed to Bangor to be fixed?! We hope to be reunited with the TC on Tuesday and ready to drive home.Our dear friends Bill and Marilyn flew up to surprise us and celebrate at the finish line! A great way to end with a custom poster from a group of our good friends!Woke up this morning and didn’t have to jump out of bed to ride….nice! We have had a great day exploring Bar Harbor, hiking and sharing stories with our dear friends!Would you believe it rained today and the wind is howling. Timing is everything 👍! We explored Acadia National Park (picture of thunder hole) and ate more lobsters and fresh clams!!
Beautiful place to celebrate 🎉 with friends. Amy and I both feel incredibly blessed with so many of you sending congratulations and gracious comments!! Your prayers, support, encouragement has been a constant source of humor, energy and fuel for us each day! Thank you for every comment, generous donation , positive thought and concern. We are also very thankful for the opportunity to drop in and meet so many Challenged Athletes along the way. We will miss much from this trek but we have been indeliably impacted by the experience and wouldn’t trade it for anything!
Six years ago my dear friend Duane Roth and the indefatigable Bill Walton convinced me to join the CAF 625 mile ride down the coast because as Bill emphatically said ” it will change your life”! Indeed it has changed our lives and we are blessed and forever grateful to Bill and Duane and all of you!! THANK YOU!👍😊