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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Bruce's Blog--Day 45

For the second time in a row, the humidity seemed to be inexistent compared to recent days past. It was simply amazing.

It was one of those days where we could find humor in anything. Apparently, whenever I apply spray sunscreen, I obliviously walk nearer to Tim and it ends up in his face. Laughing really is a healing medicine.

Nearer to the end of my biking leg, I came across this sign at the entrance of a town called Vandalia! The signed read “We’re a biker friendly community. Again, I had to laugh. Otherwise, I could have derived a few unsettling conclusions.

Firstly, that was the first sign like that that I saw en route. What about all the other communities? Shortly after that, I went by foot. I took a back road since they’re more pleasurable to run on. I came across all sorts of different animals on the run. None, however, caught me by surprise more than a fawn that was trotting closer and closer to me until it came within 10 feet or less.

Of course, once it saw me, it leaped backwards and ran in the opposite direction. I wanted to see if I could touch it, but I am not that much of an animal extraordinaire. I did have the unfortunate mishap of encountering thousands and thousands of miniature flies.

One actually made its way into my eye. The sting was seemingly endless, so it came to the point where I literally had to run with my eyes closed and trust my coordination to keep me running in a straight line on the four inch wide dirt shoulder I had. Otherwise, I would have been over an embankment of in the road. It was at this point that was only two miles away from London. Once I realized that, I picked the pace up substantially to remove myself from the swarms.

I went around town a bit to explore their captivating architectural structures. Many of them, ironically enough, resembled that of some buildings from London.

Perhaps, it wasn’t as ironic as I thought. It made for enjoyable sightseeing either way. I guess it’s time to call it a day. We’ll see you tomorrow. God bless!

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