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3. The Journey - In The Air
4. Day [1] August 14th, 2008
5. Day [2] August 15th, 2008
6. Day [3] August 16th, 2008
7. Day [4] August 17th, 2008
8. Day [5] August 18th, 2008
9. Day [6] August 19th, 2008

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On The Road: Thomas Shuler and I, Vincent Morris, decided to take the bus to Vegas. The journey took about two days and we arrived in Vegas four hours before the rest of the team..



August 12th, 2008 - Time AM



On The Bus: The first day on the bus was a learning experience. Every one, with the exception of Tom and I seemed to have their own blanket and pillow. On our first stop, these items became priority on my list. I learned how cold it could get traveling on a bus with the AC running for hours. Before boarding we had to make sure that all our luggage's were checked in. Everything else, cues cases etc. was placed in the overhead carry on compartments. The Greyhound line operates just like the airlines. Knowing this, was very helpful.



August 12th, 2008 - Time AM



Time To Eat: We stopped off at this spot in PA. This was actually our first. The food court was pretty good. If you don't believe me, take a look at Tom's face.



August 12, 2008 - Time PM



One Of Our First Stops: Tom above is actually eating out of this location. See below. This was one of the first stops in PA. I had some serious grub at this spot. We were only allowed 30 minutes so I had to chow down fast.



August 12, 2008 - Time PM




Stop In Pittsburgh: This was just a regular routine stop however, the view of this bridge was too irresistible to ignore..



August 12, 2008 - Time PM



Routine Bus Stop: We stopped off in Columbus Ohio to have the bus cleaned and refueled. They perform this process almost every four or eight hours. In addition, they also provide a fresh driver for the next eight. Pretty cool huh?. In the photo below I'm reaching out to my family and friends to let them know I'm okay. Tom's shooting the pic.



August 13th, 2008 - Time AM

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