The coach turned back into a pumpkin.
I’m just another customer at the local store buying my 90% dark chocolate. It feels really strange not to be on a mission.
It may seem I’ve vanished from the face of the earth, but the truth is, I’ve been buried in my computer. I thought it would take me three days to prepare the evidence for my records manager at Guinness World Records. Instead, it took me two full weeks.
I got in a little celebrating, a few games of Five Crowns while my family was still at the beach, a day at the spa (very nice gift from my mom!), and one bike and lunch ride with my beloved Babes-on-Bikes.
Otherwise, I’ve been uploading videos to YouTube and Google Drive, scanning witness statements, saving bike files, polishing the daily logs, reviewing and selecting photos, collecting media stories (I’m so pleased that several were interested in the story!), writing the cover letter, and so forth. Eight weeks on my bike, then two weeks on my butt, to document it all. That was the last mountain.
I’ve now got confirmation from Guinness World Records that all the evidence has been received and that it will be reviewed soon. I’ll let you know as soon as I do!
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