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  1. Dear Brothers-on-wheels,

    My first question, looking at your site, is: how come one of you is some 960 km ahead of the other? I presume the answer lies in the beautiful French country side, and that we will know the answer when your story will cross the Atlantic…

    Secondly: Can you tell us something about the chapels you visit on the way?

    Thirdly: Take your time on the Emerald island, Ile of the Saints! I wish I could ride along with you in your trailers…. Don’t miss some of the famous monasteries, the High Crosses, the bee-hive huts, the Mass-rocks… Let me know in advance where you intend to be if that is possible…

    Fourthly: May the Holy Angels and all the Irish Saints meet you as you arrive on the hallowed ground!

    With my blessing,

    Fr D Couture

    Fr. Couture · Aug 26, 06:55 PM · #

  2. We’re glad to know that all is well. As we look at your map, we can recall the settings of the famous Dickens novels and the plays of Shakespeare. Recently, we learned about the history of the first seaclock on display in Greenwich (at 0 degrees longitude) Have you been there? Have a wonderful time in the UK, please say hello to our beloved religious and priests. Our prayers go with you.

    — DJ and JD in KS · Aug 27, 07:24 AM · #

  3. You are in our prayers! Please say a few for us in the holy places of the British Isles!
    Jim, Jamaica, James, Cecilia and new little Rita.

    — The DeLisles · Aug 29, 02:32 PM · #

  4. Fr. Couture, the reasons behind the distance deficit will be forthcoming, as you astutely presume. Randall also hasn’t updated his stats lately (Randall: hint, hint). We’re heading up the West Coast so if you know of anything that is a must see please forward the locations to us!

    Kansas friends, nope, didn’t visit Greenwich. You’ll see what we did see!

    DeLisles Family, joyful congratulations from us on your latest addition to the family. And, thank you for the donation for the orphans….!

    Andrew Leese · Sep 1, 08:27 AM · #

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