We had a wonderful, yet strange week on
Tour de Peace.
I injured my tailbone in a non-cycling related incident, yet that's the worse place to be injured if a person is cycling across the US.
Also, we were fleeing from tornadoes and experiencing other extreme weather.
I have worked back up to cycling about 25 miles per day and today finds the Tour in St. Louis. We are going to join an anti-Monsanto protest there later today.
Needless to say, with the other challenges and the fact that we have spotty cell and wifi, I am playing an interview that I did with
Eric Draitser of Stop Imperialism.
Eric is a bright and articulate young man and I always enjoy talking to him.
We chat about the death of Chavez and the implications for Vz
(in hindsight, seems like my predictions are working out), Syria and other evil-imperialist actions by the US.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE SHOW
|Me riding over bridge near Devil's Elbow in Missouri|
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