70 days, 7000 miles, Day 14

July 6, 2001

buck

Breakfast at a cafe outside, Wakefield, Michigan. I’m going to put a lot of road behind me in the next few days.  Got to be careful, a lot of deer around here. I saw a young buck on the side of the road and I don’t know who was more scared him or me. Women admire my quest.  Freedom calls a lot of them. A woman I talked to at The Straits told me about  her dream of escaping from her family for just a little while and going on a biking trip alone.

 

2 thoughts on “70 days, 7000 miles, Day 14

  1. Michèle

    You’re so right. When traveling alone or otherwise, one must keep an eye opened for our animal friends especially at dawn and dusk for deer, moose. But watch out for turtles, racoons, squirrels, rabbits, even bear & cub. When driving back from Dryden to ThunderBay, the kids, grand-Pa and I saw just that: Mama bear & cub feasting on blueberries on the side of the road… made for a pretty photo ( long lost, but memories last).

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  2. Michèle

    You’re so right. When traveling alone or otherwise, one must keep an eye opened for our animal friends especially at dawn and dusk for deer, moose. But watch out for turtles, racoons, squirrels, rabbits, even bear & cub. When driving back from Dryden to ThunderBay, the kids, grand-Pa and I saw just that: Mama bear & cub feasting on blueberries on the side of the road… made for a pretty photo ( long lost, but memories last).

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