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Sunday, September 13, 2009

new mucksico: most rain, least water

They say, "If you don't have anything good to say, don't say anything at all," so I won't. I will, however, give you three words to ponder: monsoon mud melee.

That said, this post is to inform readers that in two days we expect to reach the Mexico border, and that the next update will be written from California, with the comforts of a cushioned chair and full belly.

Thoughts and prayers are appreciated as I combat eleven or more saddle sores during these two consecutive 60-plus-mile days to the finish line, where misery ends and real life begins.

Rock 'n' roll!

Yours truly,
Team BLAZING Saddle Sores

7 comments:

jans said...

sending good vibes your way, darlin'!!

love you & miss you dearly,

manganese

Shiloh and Samantha Sorbello said...

gitterdone! we love you!

uncle richard and auntie robin said...

Almost done! The longest journey behind you. Amazing.

And we were veerrrry late in sending in our donation (so easy to do online by clicking on the "Donate" link).

Hugs.

[word verification: nopedupl]
Noped you people!

Nathan said...

Woohoo! Congratulations!!

amille_a said...

Gracie, met you near Tyrone, NM. Monday with Sinh Tho Nguyen and David Dominguez (Shore to Shore, A Walk Across America). Please email me me some photos for our newspaper they are interested in doing a feature on your journey. Thanks for the flowers they're still fresh in a vase of water. I'm so proud of you guys. Hi to Matt for me

Rolandisimo said...

good luck with the push to the finish!

Jeff said...

You've redefined badassness. Congratulations! Now rest those weary butts..