- A beautiful morning walk around Pemberton on a chilly morning 5km, toiling soil at community garden, 15km bike ride, 8km walk walking bike with puncture
- Breakfast: oats, bran, a few flax seeds, orange peel and boiling water (again)
- Snacks: slice of homemade bread
- Lunch: two more slices of homemade bread with ¼ banana smooshed on it
- Dinner: beans, rice and cooked in onion broth
No worries about being hungry all day as the views, sky and mountains were more than filling for all my needs (followed a big bowl of oats!)
This is a video put together by the GPP Spring Road Trip crew who are touring the United States giving presentations in the GPP van.
It was great to meet them in Portland before starting my trip and I think the video shows how sad I now am to not be riding the whole way but a nice constellation is that I get to recreate this trip everyday and have a range of insights and perspectives other than just from having a sore knee and bum.
I love what I do and I hope others get to do what they love.
I often feel quite selfish that I get to do what I do and enjoy it when there are so many people out there who do what they have to do without enjoyment just to make it to the next day.
I also don’t like compliments about the work I do as it is not selfless or a sacrifice for me. Instead of compliments I like to see action and people enjoying the contributions and joining the movement to see an end to extreme poverty.
And one of the best ways you can do that is to sign up with the Global Poverty Project for Live Below the Line this May 7-11! If you don’t want to participate you can sponsor others or just have a think and a chat about how you would live on $1.50 for all your food and drink each day for 5 days…
US and Canada: https://www.livebelowtheline.com/me/uslunnylbtl