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Thank you for visiting!! I have exciting news! WWW.AA4CO.COM is now the official place for all of the latest and greatest! Tour schedule, contact info, videos, my blog and more! Visit often and reserve your spot on the upcoming tour!

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Time, Money and Failure..

I made it to the east coast!  I was done with the “Across America” part, now time for the down and back. 4,721 miles down the street from my house, I found myself in a second home, Meriden, CT.  This was the first … Continue reading

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I am going to TRY to write this blog..

What was the first thought that went through your head after reading the title of this blog?  What do you initially think about this blog post?  Do you think I will be completing it?  Leaving it unfinished?  It is very … Continue reading

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Toto, I Don’t Think We’re in California Anymore..

Tornado Alley.  This was my next challenge after The (Not So) Rocky Mountains.  Trust me on this, if you want to see a California Kid scared, just talk about tornadoes, he’ll be trembling.  Just as I was, as I bicycled … Continue reading

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Do you believe in magic?

As I climbed up and over the Rocky Mountains, there was one phrase that was constantly repeated in my head.  It was from one of my favorite movies, as a kid, and I’m pretty sure I can still recite the entire movie line for line.  This … Continue reading

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The Strongest Woman in Utah!

I walked over from my six-dollar campsite to the Subway a quarter-mile down the road in Salina, Utah, to charge my Blackberry and grab a quick bite to eat (the new Orchard Chicken Salad is my favorite, with ALL the fixings).  … Continue reading

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The Loneliest Highway in America

There is a stretch of Highway 50 in Nevada, between the towns of Fallon and Ely, which is referred to as “The Loneliest Highway in America”. I have now bicycled 200 miles down this road and I can say, without … Continue reading

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