16-05-12 Day 46 Pueblo – Mark Trail

Biking the TransAm 2016 Blog
2 Wheels, 6 Months, 1 Adventure

“As long as I can mow the lawn, I will take a rest day” was my reply to Roberts suggestion to stay a day. Dianne agreed so I looked forward to a day with family..

I awoke with Robert and had coffee with him before he went off to his landscaping job. I wrote a little and waited to hear some noise to get up..  Sitting around a breakfast table and sharing life stories filled me up with the social contact much needed in my life… The pancakes supplied my body with nutrition while the stay in a home energized me to continue my ride.

The lawn was small while the gardens were expansive. Dianne loves to garden while Bill is ready to travel in his 2004 travel van. I toured the home on wheels and all the amenities available for mobil comfort..  I am looking forward to a home sometime soon but right now, home is on my bike and I am focusing on being present and letting everyday take care of itself..  No worries, No hurries is my mantra…

We went out for lunch and stopped by the irrigation supply house to get some parts to do lower a sprinkler head.. It was comforting to be able to give back in a small way for all the kindness I have received. The cycle…….

Bill cooked Salmon while Dianne prepared Fruit and Vegetable Salad, rice, sautéed mushrooms, Guacamole, and Salsa.. Artist friends Tom and Jeanie joined us for dinner, on the expansive patio. Robert made it all happen by posting his family’s home on Warm Showers..  Once again, I am truly Blessed…

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