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23 responses to “Route”

  1. steve Avatar

    Congrats on great start! Sunburn and blister report will hopefully continue to be a couple of zeroes. Cheers, my man! Good work!

    1. adampomata Avatar

      First comment on my blog. You win the prize Steve 🙂

  2. Dan esposito Avatar

    Saw you in Conshohocken today. Good luck! I have a photo to post if you have a Facebook page.

    1. adampomata Avatar

      Hi Dan. Nice meeting you. Thanks I’ll check it out.

      1. Dan Esposito Avatar
        Dan Esposito

        Check out my twitter and you can grab the photo there.
        Twitter: Almightyespo

  3. Chanda Avatar

    Nice meeting you at the hostel!
    I notice you’re in Jax now, we found a pretty cool coffee shop there on the way back from Brunswick, Bold Bean Coffee Roasters.
    I also snagged quite a few photos of the hostel, if you want any, you can find me on Twitter: @ChandaLouise

    1. adampomata Avatar

      Great meeting you as well. I’m glad you checked out my blog. It was hard leaving – such a magical place. Thanks for the coffee suggestion and the twitter feed. I’ll check out your pictures.



  4. Len Avatar

    Ginger and I were happy to spend some time with you in Melbourne. Great to see you get to Key West. Keep it up and have fun.

    1. adampomata Avatar

      Great seeing you and Ginger as well. I am hoping to get out snorkeling today 🙂

  5. Alan Bundy Avatar
    Alan Bundy

    Hey Adam

    Congrats to you for reaching your southerly destination. I’m looking forward to following the rest of your journey whatever you decide to do.


    1. adampomata Avatar

      Yeah. I’m a little surprised by how I feel. Not so much wow amazing as kind of like of shit now I am going to LA. Not sure exactly what is going on in my head with that, but there is something in there needing to be dissected, acid dressed and dried in the sun with some tropical fish and wind.

  6. Lisa Avatar

    It was great to meet you this morning. I hope you enjoy your stay in Blountstown and good luck on your journey.

  7. Ginger Pomata Avatar
    Ginger Pomata

    Wow, all the way to Alabama! Hope all is going well. How many peals have you taken off your personal onion? I’m still working on mine!

    1. adampomata Avatar

      I would say this trip has taken off two large peels and a few more smaller ones 🙂

  8. Randy Avatar

    Wow, out of Florida! You really put some miles down here and you’re about to hit 3,000! I’m just getting back in (on) the saddle myself and the more crap I deal with the more I can see some miles being laid down. Someday soon we’ll meet up again and do some riding bud!

    1. adampomata Avatar

      I sure am. I spent about two months there total and had a great time meeting people and exploring. I found Florida really interesting. I’m glad to hear you are getting out on your bicycle more. I very much look forward to hanging out again!

  9. Khanimal Lecter Avatar
    Khanimal Lecter

    I rode 25 miles the other day and I was swearing and cursing the whole way. You are a man’s man.

    1. adampomata Avatar

      Glad to hear you are on your bike. It’s not the miles it’s the fact you are out having fun, I hope, on your bicycle.

  10. Tina Avatar

    Wow, Adam! Look how far you’ve gone! Thanks for making the rest of us look bad. 😉

  11. Randy Avatar

    Good to see you starting another major leg of your journey!!

  12. Penny Avatar

    Texas is sure getting hit with the rain. Have you seen any of the flooding?

    1. adampomata Avatar

      For sure. Yesterday on the way from Camp Wood to Brackettville I crossed a flooded creek and the normally dry West Fork of the Nueces River. Luckily the water was just low enough that I could wheel my trailer across by hand without getting water in it.

  13. Penny Avatar

    Is it all down hill from the Continental Divide, at least for the rest of the day?

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