Final Thoughts

Well, we made it to the airport. We are no longer the center of attention, our bikes and bags are checked all the way to Vancouver, we said sad goodbyes to our… Read More

Happy Birthday To Me

Oh.my.goodness. Ugandans know how to throw a party. Our friends stayed up until 4 am to set up the tents and chairs in a garden venue we had rented and it looked… Read More

Mazungu, Byee!!

These last two days have been busy! On Saturday morning, I spent time washing my bike, doing laundry and trying to organize the chaos that erupted in our room once we got… Read More

Sandblasted Thoughts

Our last day of riding. Wow. I can hardly believe I’m saying that. It was for Namaganda Scovia and it was a short one – only 35 kilometres. John woke up with… Read More

It Takes a Village

What a night last night. We traded bedbugs for late-night revellers who partied just outside our window until 1 am. So we didn’t get much sleep for the second night in a… Read More

Running On Empty

Today’s 75-kilometre ride with 3000 feet of climbing was for Kyagulanyi David and Achan Miriam. Only one more kiddo to ride for on a 30-mile day on Friday. We are staying in… Read More

Crossing the Line

We apologize for not posting this yesterday, but we were in a more remote area and our wifi router wouldn’t grab a signal. Today’s 65-kilometre ride was for Naginda Sylvia and Kirumira… Read More

Back to School With a Smile

Today’s dusty but beautiful 75-kilometre ride was for Nanyonga Edith and Nanziri Viola. We have five kids left to ride for and then all fifty-four will have been represented. I hope you… Read More

Homestretch Starts Tomorrow

It wasn’t raining when we woke up and stayed sunny all day. We are hoping for the same tomorrow when we leave to head back to Masaka. We ride about 38 kilometers,… Read More

One Week To Go

After a good night’s sleep, we woke up to rolling thunder and sheets of rain again. We are always so thankful that the weather has cooperated with our rest days so well… Read More