Day 4 – Booyah Veteran Bus Project
Reveille was at 0400 and bagels and coffee were served to the Marines before they headed out on the 1st leg.
They Humped 14 miles before Mobile Command caught up with them at the Circle K. While resting the crew from Circle K Store #7275 Donated a case of water to keep the Marines hydrated.
While there we also met up with LT John Peters with Orange County Fire Station Truck 51 and Air Force Veteran.
The break was short but Lunch was provided by Chick-Fil-A and Everyone had 2 chicken sandwiches for lunch.
The Marines were back on the road. Mobile Command pushed ahead and set up the FOB at Sun RV Park where we met another Marine.
Q was certain that the Mustang outside was owned by the Marine and bet Charles 22 pushups that it was. Click Here to see who won….
Q, Charles and Ray set up Base Camp and got busy getting the word out. Charles & Ray worked on videos and Q was busy on Social Media.
Q has been on “light duty” for 3 days now, as ordered by the Viking. His feet are healing nicely and expect to rejoin the walk after 1 more day.
The Booyah Veteran Bus Project Team are in good spirits and have met many Veterans in just a few days. Now that the Team is completely assembled, they are pushing north towards Panama City Beach fast and hard.