In exactly two months, I’ll be crossing the finish line in Provincetown at the end of my 2-day PMC ride. I have registered 7 times for this event, but my recurrence in 2011 kept me from riding at all and limited my ride in 2012 to only 65 or so miles. So this will be the first time that I will return to Provincetown since I was diagnosed. So much has happened since the day in early August 2010 when I was last crossed that line that, well, just thinking about being able to once again have the opportunity to feel the joy of competing the journey from Sturbridge to Bourne to P-town gives me goosebumps. While I train for this year’s 200 mile ride in the heat and the hills of Baltimore, I am often think about different parts of the PMC, and long for the weekend to be here.
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