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I look forward to hearing from you in any fashion.  If you choose not to keep in touch, I hope you continue to visit my website and enjoy my adventures.

15 Comments

  1. Mary
    August 27, 2011

    So it’ sbeen 6 days since your update. It has been amazing to imagine what you’re doing. When do you get back?
    With all this excercise, have you weighted in? I may have to take up biking. lol

    Mary
    APA

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    • admin
      August 31, 2011

      Hi Mary, Sorry I’ve fallen so far behind on my journal. Taking a couple days off here in MO before heading to the East coast to complete the final leg of my journey to catch up my journal. I’ve only lost 16 lbs but my waistline is 2 inches smaller. Yes, by all means take up biking it is great exercise for the body and mind.

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      • Mary
        November 6, 2011

        The last post was a month ago, and wondered if you’ll do a followup. You were heading to the presentation when your story ended. I hope you’re ok, but I haven’t seen any mention of a problem so I assume you’re just reaclimating to being home.
        Great job Frank!

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        • 4theoldguy11
          November 7, 2011

          Hi Mary,

          Sorry I haven’t been posting lately. I’m having a difficult time trying to reaclimate is an understatement. I guess I have the “Wanderlust” in my blood and would like to spend the rest of my days riding a bicycle around the US or even around the world. I will be making some updates and changes to the website this week. Thank you for continuing to check out my website. Let me know what you think of the changes when they are made. Looking forward to seeing you in January.

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  2. Lisa Fisher
    August 20, 2011

    Frank…I have some friends in Vegas and I was going to send them to see you so I hope someone is there on your behalf.
    On a different note…do you tweet? I think you should do that…so let me know if I can help!
    Lisa

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    • admin
      August 26, 2011

      Hi Lisa, Yes my tweet address is oldguyonabicycl but it is best to contact me at the old guy website as I check it more frequently. Vic, Dan and the crew are in Vegas to take care of your friends. Where are you now, I can possibly use your help. Thanks!

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  3. Nancy Ross
    July 27, 2011

    Hi Frank! Glad to hear you’ll be dipping your front tire in the Pacific Ocean in just a few days. Your cross country trip has been a long ride for those of us at home, too.
    I’d love to do a day trip and ride the Katy Trail in September. Can’t wait to use my new bike rack. Enjoy your Pacific ride north. Nancy

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    • admin
      July 28, 2011

      Hi Nancy, yea me too. I’m looking forward to having this stage of my adventure in the books. I look forward to us riding the KATY trial but it will have to be in October after I complete the adventure. We will have to use your car so you can use your rack.

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  4. Greg Adrian
    July 8, 2011

    What an inspiration you are to me and a number of your old H.S. chums ….! Really enjoying your posts, keep ‘em comin’ sarge! Ooohhhrrraaa ! Tell ‘em where you hail from Frankie!

    Stay safe ….. God’s speed ….

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    • admin
      July 8, 2011

      Hi Greg, It is a surprise to me. I’m only trying to fullfill a childhood dream and prove we baby boomers have what it takes to make our dreams come true. Hope to keep you entertained along the way.

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  5. John Wuertz
    June 28, 2011

    How are you doing these days Frank. Hoping to hear more about your ride and how you are doing. Thinking of you often!
    I was following RAAM the last week and while you like your food I like my sleep. Don’t see how those guys and women can do it!
    John

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    • admin
      July 1, 2011

      Hi John, Finally got to internet connection and have now brought my journal up to day. I’m surviving day by day. The folks who ride RAAM are totally insane.

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  6. Monte
    June 8, 2011

    Count me in for a donation. Love reading your daily adventures. Great job.

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    • admin
      June 16, 2011

      Thank you Monte, I very much appreciate your support but even more that you are reading my blogs. I’ll do better with them as the adventure goes on stay with me.

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    • admin
      June 26, 2011

      Hi Monte, I forgot to mention you may make a donation by going to the top of my home page, click on Donate to MS, next page will provide two links for making a donation either one works. The first takes a little longer to load than the second. Thank you for making a donation.

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