Tuesday, October 18, 2005

gorgeous teen twats

see videos and pics of them here http://radioblueattic.com/likeadenison/of/theworld/isang.html

I finished my journey a few days ago, and as my Maine microbrew hangover finally recedes, I can start to reflect on the 11 weeks that took me through 12 U.S. states, one Canadian province, three hospital ERs and eight all-you-can-eat Chinese food buffets.

It's been an unbelievable journey, and I leave you with a few of the more significant bits of travel advice I learned along the way.

1. Breakfast: the most important meal of the day. When you're on the road for hours at a time, it's crucial to obtain the proper nutritional elements to sustain you throughout the day. However, choose your foods carefully; the success of your day will depend on it.
Here's a simple poem that's illustrative of two of my recent cycling days, one very good and the other very bad.
Bananas and yogurt, healthy and strong;
Kashi Go Lean and coffee, the runs all day long.

chark dunam pinko buchu.
galas floe glode.
ligan sated lumen.
navew avos.


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