Posted by: heatherandandybrown | January 15, 2012

Journey’s End at “The Big Easy”

Day 32– 38.8miles – Slidell, LA to New Orleans, LA – 3hrs 16mins in the saddle– Sunny & Windy

It was a bitter sweet feeling rolling into New Orleans. Excited beyond words that we had biked over 1,000 miles to reach our destination and simultaneously coming to the sobering realization that this is the last day of being self sufficient on two wheels. We playfully hoped that we would hit it big at the casino so that we could keep riding.

Here are some quick stats from our trip:

  • 1,168 Miles
  • 98 Hours on the saddle
  • 32 Days on the road
  • 6 States
  • 2 Flat Tires (Andy & Ollie)
  • 1 Jar of Peanut Butter
  • 0 Accidents or Injuries
  

My parents (and their dog Barney) drove all the way down from Charlotte to hang out with us in New Orleans and to drive us back. I feel very fortunate to have such supportive parents! We are driving back to Charlotte tomorrow. More photos and videos to come when we get home, but for now The Big Easy is calling!

Peace & Love,
Heather, Andy & Ollie

CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR ROUTE(You have to scroll down to the bottom of the sidebar and click page2 to see the most recent part of our trip)

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Responses

  1. Very nice, congrats you guys! Glad you made it safely.

  2. Good to see you made it safely and it looks like it was a great time as well. Congrats!

  3. Amazing journey! Sounds like a great adventure – glad it went so well and you all enjoyed it so much. Congratulations on reaching your finish line in such high spirits.


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