Day One-Hundred-Eighty-Six

Day One-Hundred-Eighty-Six
I awoke in my hammock in a tree up above the sidewalk. It was 6:15 a.m.


I broke camp and climbed back down. I retrieved and repacked the buggy.


I hit the sidewalk.


And watched the sunrise.


I made it to Sunday morning Mass at St. Augustine in Culver City! After Mass, a woman selling baked goods gave me a cinnamon bun for breakfast, it was good!


I headed west:


To Venice Beach, California, USA!

I went live on Facebook.


I touched the Pacific!

img_8474-1I made it!

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6 Responses to Day One-Hundred-Eighty-Six

  1. The Hudons says:

    Congratulations on your awesome journey, Dylan. We hope you make a book of your blog! Thank you for inspiring us with your journey and taking us along.

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  2. Mike says:

    Wow. You made it. What a wonderful journey that you shared with others, on the blog and on the steets. God bless.

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  3. Rita Allegretto says:

    Dylan Congratulations on achieving your goal of reaching California safely. Y out are looking good in spite of it all. Best wishes for your continued happy journey. I have all three of my California based sons here with their families for our granddaughter Laura’s wedding. Il has been crazy finding places for everyone to sleep and feeding the hungry hordes but I am revelling in the whole thing. Thinking of yo and wishing all the best for you. Rita A.

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  4. Tom says:

    Well done. Your photos, especially of roadside memorials, have been an education. You managed to capture the beauty as well as the reality of the country. And the way you treated those along the way who needed help was truly admirable.

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  5. Karen says:

    What a journey – and what a fitting celebration you happened upon at the Cathedral! I also have loved following along with you. I’m curious to see what the future holds after this adventure!

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  6. Penny says:

    Thanks for the update and post to your blog. You deserve rest after such a terrific journey! Wonderful Year of Mercy Run. Loved reading and following along during this journey. I Have been following your blog since I saw an article in the Southeast Teaxs Catholic from Beaumont, TX. Wish we would have known about the mercy run when you came through at St. Henry in Bridge City, TX.

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