Greetings from Wickenberg, AZ. Here after three days of riding 394 miles. Feeling much better after day 3, than day 2.
The day started with a 34 mile ride on the shoulder of US10 and the remaining 80 miles along route 110 to Wickenburg. Along the way we crossed paths with another group of bikers and their crew – from Clearbrook Baptist Church in Roanoke, VA – going cross country from San Diego to St. Augustine, FL. Their lead biker is Pastor Bryan Ratliff and their website is: biketheUSA.org.
Along the way we stopped for lunch at the Salome Cafe & Bar since the sign said “Bikers Welcome.” Lunch was punctuated by a lot of laughs and Lincoln doing the himelick on Addie. It was a long and hot steady climb to Wickenberg. While there we took delivery of the 30’ RV delivered by our friends from Cruise America.
We also had a very nice dinner at Ranchero with Albert Pooley, founder of the Native American Fathers & Family program and his colleague Shawn Taylor who is part of the Fatherhood is Sacred program. See link below to the interview with Albert Pooley.
We covered another 114 miles, bringing the total distance traveled to 394 miles. Only 18 days to go.