It's Friday... but Sunday's coming. After 2 years of praying, planning and wrenching the day has finally come. We arrived at Midway Church for the send off of all send offs. 200 people and two news crews came. We even had a missionary from Nicaragua fly home and drove 3 hours to see us and will be back in Nicaragua when we arrive. Thanks Max. There were lots of breakfast tacos, laughter and tears. My mother in law Pat said through tears and a quivering smile "You'd better come back!" I thought to myself "I'm just like Jesus... I AM coming back and you can count on it!" We took off and spilt into three groups all the way Hico. The weather is perfect, the bluebonnets are blooming and we are riding through the crown jewel of Texas, the hill country. We are blessed. We stopped in Llano at Cooper's BBQ. We ate so much we had to skip dinner. It was delicious and many people (like 10) approached us and asked about the journey. Everyone is slack jawed when we tell them we are riding all the way to Nicaragua and giving our bikes away. We hit Fredericksburg about 4:30 and walked around there for a bit. It is beautiful and tons of people there for Easter weekend. I have never knew a person could almost fall asleep while riding a motorcycle but several of us tried. A few when to Lucanbach while the rest of us headed to Kerrville for the night. We did 332 miles which should be the most miles we do in a single day for this trip. It was a good Good Friday.