Day 8: Zero Day

Saturday, May 29th, 2010

I woke this morning to the news of flash floods and storms in the area and although it was sunny outside they were forecast for midday. I had washing that needed doing and my bike also needed a tune and clean up so after putting in an extra 20 miles that anticipated the previous day I took the day off.

It was spent doing all of the above and finishing off the pizza from last night, it was a good job I stayed in though because bang on cue the sky went black and the storms rolled in. Tomorrow I will be going either Daleville or Catawba.

2 Responses to “Day 8: Zero Day”

  1. Benjamin says:

    Looking forward to tomorrows post!

  2. Amy Anderson says:

    Hey Rye,

    Have loved reading your last few posts, June sounded so lovely i wanted to give her a big hug myself! Its a shame you missed the other cyclists by a few days though i think its a blessing as you got to spend the time with June instead, a very rare and genuine person by the sounds of it. Her kindness and especially all the food she left reminded me of Grandma, she would be just like that!

    Take care enjoy your next ride….

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My name is Ryan Anderson, in Summer 2010 I rode my bike across America. Starting on the east coast in Yorktown, VA and finishing in Florence, OR. Read more

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