Yesterday around 4:30 I rolled into Brooklyn, New York; my home for the past 10 years. Everything appeared to be just how I left it back in late July, except for the street I live on.
As I made the turn onto Huron Street, bagpipes and drums, cheers, hoots, hollers, bells, whistles, and confetti poppers all filled my ears. A huge “FINISH” banner stretched across the road held up by a hefty crowd of family and friends.
I blasted through the banner, the crowd erupted as I got off my bike, then I was met with a barrage of hugs, kisses!, and handshakes.
It was, much like the rest of the tour, way above and beyond my wildest expectations.
I can not thank enough my amazing wife, Sara for organizing what I would have to say was one of the best moments of my life.
Pictures coming soon. And thanks again to everyone who made the party, donated, and supported the tour in any way, shape, or form from beginning to end.
You all rock.
to the Tanglewood Elementary School staff up in South Glens Falls, New York for their generous donation. You are all so amazing. Thanks again!
My last night on the road is here in good ‘ol Summerville, NJ.
Brooklyn, you are mine tomorrow!
Huge thanks to Larry the “Animal” and Pete over there in Ellicott City.
“Final stretch! you can do it!”
(And that brings it to $5,903!)