As a team, we've experienced all types of people and cultures these past 59 days. Walks of life ranging from young adults like us, wildly pursuing their life’s dream, to the young at heart who have learned to embrace their own lives with age. Yet with every one of these people came a smile and a willingness to listen to some kids. And the kindness has been unbelievable. On top of letting us into their homes, churches, recreation centers, etc, our hosts have offered us so much. We've had dinners prepared for us, desserts ready in the fridge, steam rooms, open access to projectors, personal tours of their towns, and we were almost always given an ear to talk off. I mean, an entire town even shut down for us, gave us a firetruck escort, made us a grand feast, was eager to talk, donated to the cause, and gave us a send off breakfast. Honestly, before this trip began I couldn't even fathom kindness of that caliber. And even though we entered Portland today, there isn't a bad host in memory. What more can we as a team do to pay this kindness forward?