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Day 2 of the Breast Cancer 3-Day

Monday, October 12, 2009

On Day 2, we walked all over Maryland. It was drizzly and windy in the morning, and we walked over 22 miles up and downhill. It was definitely our hardest day! But a cool, clear evening and beautiful sunset made it all worthwhile.

Leaving Camp

It seemed an endless, uphill climb!

The crew members provided music, laughter, and some diversion along the way.

Marilou got to pose with each of the crew members.

We were happy to have those ponchos.

Does this make my butt look big?

Donna always found a bench to rest on, if only for a moment.

Marilou gets her blisters tended to in the medical tent at the pit stop.

Marilou's friend from the White House was a crew member, and he served us lunch.

The Winey

This motorcycle man had the best music, great energy, and loved to dance.

He was just what we needed at this point in our journey.

All the ladies loved him, including the Lilies of the Valley. It was then their energy that got us through those last two uphill miles.

At the finish line of Day 2, this crew member gave us candy, which he kept in his pink bra.

The Finish Line!! We actually made it through the toughest day of our journey!

The sun sets over Tent City on Day 2

Tina and her girls and a beautiful sunset!

This sunset made the day worthwhile.

Tina and Betty at the end of the day.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BLABBERMOUTH2 10/15/2009 11:22AM

    Betty, I'm finally getting a minute to read about your walk. Thanks for the photos. They are great. I'm so glad you took us along on your journey to finally get to the finish line.


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ANDREA0301 10/13/2009 3:02PM

    Awesome, awesome, awesome! You absolutely amaze me with your strength.

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