Deanna calls in from Rawlins

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Listen to the latest call from this racer here!


Good Cheer

Sounds like you are in good cheer. Keep it up!

oregon trail

That's so funny that as you were peddling you were thinking about the kids dying or being out of supplies on the Oregon Trail. Only for 4 flats so far is incredible I could get 4 flats riding on the sidewalk by that garden shop in Provo, remember that? It took us forever to solve that mystery. Thanks for calling in...we love listening to your stories!

Love ya sports-star-kid!



Ha! If only that librarian could see you now... I can't wait to hear more about the lone cowboy.

Hello Deanna!

Dear Deanna:
Hello! Mom is so glad that you and Brad made it safely to Rawlins! It has been so fun watching your tracking on the *SPOT leaderboard. It is fun to look at the terrain and in watching how fast you pedal! You are awesome, Deanna! DID YOU EAT AT TACO BELL?? Remember in the Furnace Creek Race when you ate at Taco Bell? YOUR ROCKETS WENT OFF ZOOMING FOR HOURS!! Please call home when you can! WE LOVE YA!!! We are praying for you, Brad and the other racers!
Mom and Dad and Your family and friends!
Cell: (928) 965-8969, email:



You are still doing awesome girl. Great to hear your voice. That is really neat that you and Brad ran into Martin again. Give my best to both of them. Once you get into Colorado, you have it made and should have no problem finishing those last two states.

"Old Man" Rick

Taco Bell

You must of found the Taco Bell in Rawlings, because you have picked up your pace. This is the fastest we have seen you move, since the beginning of the race.
Is this burrito power moving you along? Thanks for keeping your SPOT on, it is nice to see your progress!



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