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Day 7 Recap; Construction finally hits

by EP on June 12, 2010

We left Wilmington, Delaware with a heavy heart because of the incredible reception we received there. Drew was great enough to meet us at the Logan House bright and early so that we could fine-tune our bikes before heading the 70 miles to Baltimore. Thanks to some great directions and a personal escort out of town, the Riley’s got us quickly on the right track out of Wilmington. We passed through Newark, Delaware, home of the fighting Blue Hens, before crossing the border into Maryland.

The morning was fast-paced, and we took advantage of the slow traffic and great temperatures for several hours. We hit a small snag at the Hatem Bridge, a two-mile bridge which was under heavy construction, keeping us from crossing. This could have been a huge setback if it hadn’t been for the great police officers of the Maryland Transportation Authority. When we told them about our cause, they didn’t hesitate to throw our bikes into the back of one of their personal trucks and escort us across the river so that we wouldn’t lose any time. Trying to find another crossing point could have taken us hours, but these great officers kept us going so that we could stay on our schedule. Next time you see a member of the Maryland Transportation Authority, thank them for what they do. We sure do appreciate them!

We grabbed a quick lunch in Havre de Grace and started making the final push to the city. Dan’s wife, Kelly, and Joel’s sister, brother-in-law, and niece, Shannon, Morgan, and Jane were coming in town to cheer us on, so we had a little extra motivation to make good time.

It was great to see everybody once we finally made it in, and everyone is now ready for a day of riding into Washington, DC on Sunday. Word is that Shannon will be making an appearance as a guest 4th rider, so we are hoping she takes it easy on us on the way to our nation’s Capitol.

The first week is in the books, so thanks again for all the support and encouragement, and if you get a chance, be sure to tell a friend about this ride and the Wounded Warrior Project!

Off to DC…

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