Day 11: Rockingham, NC, to Gastonia, NC – the FIRST CENTURY

Hey all! I need to go to bed, but today I rode a century! For those of you who do not know what that means, that’s a 100 mile bike ride. I honestly can’t believe I did it, but we got here in Gastonia at an Episcopalian Church, and the meal and hospitality received was absolutely wonderful. We ate grilled chicken, loads of ice cream and waffles, pasta, bread, really the works.

If you look at my calf, the word GMA is written, short for Grandma. We dedicate our rides to someone every day, and the day we rode from Fayeteville to Rockingham, I dedicated the ride to my Grandma who died from throat cancer last year.

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Yesterday, we also got a police escort into Rockingham, a small little town into North Carolina. Here is a silly pic of some guys on our team up against the police car.

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This picture is just one I took on my GoPro. Gives you a glimpse of the scenery and I thought it was pretty cool!

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2 Responses to Day 11: Rockingham, NC, to Gastonia, NC – the FIRST CENTURY

  1. Rima Mohama says:

    Great pictures Danny! keep updating us with what’s happening we really enjoy reading your blog!
    good luck tomorrow!
    Mom

    • Rima Mohama says:

      June 12, 2014 at 4:58 am
      Great pictures Danny! keep updating us with what’s happening we really enjoy reading your blog!
      good luck tomorrow!
      Mom
      Reply

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