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TRIP 2001

Update #28 - Aug 25th
Memphis, Tennessee - 6359 miles (10,174 KM)



The ride from Jackson to Memphis, TN went okay. The heat wasn't really bad this section. Most of the daily temperatures was in the low-nineties but the humidity wasn't that high.

For lodging, I stayed at a Methodist church in Brownsville, TN and the past two nights have been spent at a Christian Community in Memphis. The Christian community came out of the School of Servanthood that is based in Washington, D.C.

There was pretty neat scenery to see while riding through rolling hills of Central and Western Tennessee. There were no real construction problems to deal with or high traffic to ride with. I was amazed at the flat land between Brownsville and Memphis.

The Habitat for Humanity house Thursday afternoon in Brownsville was really nice. There was almost one hundred people in attendance. I got the chance to speak for a few minutes near the beginning of the ceremony. This was the second house dedication for the affiliate that became official in April of 2000. They will be starting their third house in October.

Tomorrow, I will be starting my trip back to Americus, Georgia. I hope to be in Americus, Georgia by the second week of September. Tentatively, I plan to ride at least 908 more miles. Here is a tentative list of places that I'll be riding through:

MISSISSIPPI:

Hernando
Senatobia
Sardis
Clarksdale
Tutwiler
Cleveland
Leland
Indianola
Greenwood
Winona
Kodkiusko
Canton
Jackson
Brookhaven
McComb
Columbia
Hattiesburg
Lucedale

ALABAMA

Mobile
Brewton,
New Brockton
Troy
Eufala

GEORGIA

Cuthbert
Dawson




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