What an amazing way to complete our tour!
Rolling up to the Rotunda in central Adelaide to ride our final leg, we were overwhelmed with the turn out! There was at least 50 people to greet us with lots of love and hugs.
As mushy gushy as it sounds, it warmed our hearts to see so many familiar faces and to meet new ones.
We were overjoyed with the turn out – and excited to see a number of unicycles roll up to ride with us. It was INCREDIBLE to see you all! I don’t have the words to express how much it meant to us when we rolled up and everyone cheered and clapped our arrival. I was so touched by this.
Even the sun was out to shine and welcome us home.
The welcome home rabble mob rode to the beach and onto Glenelg, where there were more family loved ones and friends new and old to cheer us home.
Hehe – we felt like chickens on a rotisserie as we rotated for the camera snaps before getting on with the party.
And what does one do at the beach on a sunny day?…
One of our friends, an insanely fast unicyclist called Ian McSpeed shouted us icecream.
As we enjoyed our delicious creamery treats, more friendly faces turned up for OMG-you-didn’t-die hugs.
By the end of the day, at least 100 people had come out to welcome us home.
We stayed at Glenelg for hours, just soaking in the day, the trip and the fact that our bums will be sitting on soft surfaces, we will cook fresh market vegetables, we can see loved ones any time and we can look back and know, through the good, the fun and the tough times – we made it!