The End of the Road

Another call from Dad tonight, from a place called Lahoya, by the airport in San Diego. They’re a mere 20 miles from the Mexican border, and will ride there tomorrow for some photos before pedalling back to their motel.

They rode 105 km today, and then Dad and Al walked all over town in Lahoya, that he called a “surfer’s paradise,” all bikini shops, cruiser bike shops and of course, surf shops.

And last night I received two more pics from Real, and it seems they are from all the way back in Oregon. Here they are riding through a tree:

In Other News:

Calling All Artists and/or Graphic Designers!

If you would like to lend a hand to this project, we could use your help. We’d love it if someone would volunteer to help to make a few graphics, including a map of the route the guys took. Anybody know how to make an animated movie in Google Maps?? It’s beyond me…

If you think you can help, email Jordan: jordanbehan@gmail.com

Cheers!

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3 responses to “The End of the Road

  1. Laura

    Allan called today and at 1:06 they hit the border, made it safe and sound, photo shoot as proof they made it and then back to the motel.

  2. Allan Craigen

    Michelle,

    You were right!

    The lifeguards down here are good looking; guys as well as girls! The beaches are wonderful, lot’s of volleyball, ball games, and miles of sandy beaches, Sun!Sun!Sun!

    The next time it’s your turn; w

  3. Allan Craigen

    Michelle,

    You were right!

    The lifeguards down here are good looking; guys as well as girls! The beaches are wonderful, lot’s of volleyball, ball games, and miles of sandy beaches, Sun!Sun!Sun!

    We’ll come back together!

    Love Dad

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