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June 21, 2008

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Judith Foley

Hey M&S,
Great read about your stay in Penn. Loved the "sweaty" tent. Good journalism. Glad of the bike exchange, - P.keeps us updated.
Jude

p

PA sounds great. Thank goodness for Tammy and Neal. Hug an Amish for me.

Also, that is great news about the bikes!
Word be you are now hurtling across the PA landscape like a couple of torpedo ladies.

Most wonderful.

Much love,

p

eleanor

i was getting a little worried with no posts for days... glad to read that you are fine. it was so good to see you in brooklyn. you're amazing.

mayor of corgiville

Glad to hear that you are making good progress. I felt a strong whooosh of air as you went thru Edison, NJ...wasn't sure what it was, but now i know :-)

Safe travels.

Love,
Mayor of Corgiville

roburritos_jason

Best of luck to you two, we were glad you stopped at our humble little burrito shop for some water. sorry no ice! :) i look forward to reading about your travels, stay safe & have fun!

Jason (the bearded bandana-wearing burrito maker from PA!)

Laura

I just found out about this today and I have to say that I think what you are doing sounds crazy hard, but really amazing. Good Luck!

n + r

hello collaburgers.
glad to see your buns are safe, albeit sweaty. keep rocking and rolling. we are thinking of you.

n + r

n + r

hello collaburgers.
glad to see your buns are safe, albeit sweaty. keep rocking and rolling. we are thinking of you.

n + r

claire

I am soooo impressed, a bit jealous, and enjoying huge gulps of vicarious pleasure. You will savor all the dirty details when this is all over.

ethan

glad to hear things are going well. if you ever find yourself with access to a sewing machine and something like a linens-n-things or a salvation army at any of your stops, an easy and relatively cheap alternative to sweaty sub-zero sleeping bags is to sew up a lightweight sleep sack out of either two twin sheets or a queen or king sheet folded in half. works like a charm and folds up super small and lightweight. wishing you temperate, dry weather and smooth, well-paved roads. take care!
-ethan

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