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Back on the road today! We were set to do 60 miles which is now starting to feel like a normal day. My legs aren't half a sore as I thought and my bum has definitely broken into the saddle some more! The road was generally flat as it snaked beside Lake Erie, with some really nice views along the way. We stopped off around 20 miles in for some really good food at a place called Boomerang before setting off again to do the last 40 miles in one. ...
... added to the experience of the trip!! I also really enjoyed visiting with Chitralekha's family. It was great to be invited into someone’s home.
Vacations should not just be about the things you see. If you have experiences that change your perceptions or expand your boundaries, you have a great vacation!!! This trip has done that for ...
We survived and made it back into the US!! Two more flights and we are home!!!!! We got into Cleveland and thought we had six hours until the next flight. I looked on the departures board and saw there was a plane going to Jamestown in an hour. We quickly got our flights changed and got home several hours early!!
We picked up a bacon cheeseburger on the way home. Mmmmmm. I was almost as big as my head!!!!
Finally in a hotel room, in Jamestown, NY. it cost more than I had planned but totally worth it after a very long drive today. I've driven from Mayville, Wisconsin, through the top of Illinois, across Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and arrived in New York State. So 6 states in one day and over 600 miles. It's fair to say I'm exhausted, and I get to do it again tomorrow to get from New York State to Watertown, MA. One thing I didn't factor into ...
We drove around the local towns and found two fun little local markets.
The first was the Crossraods Indoor Market. People bring all kinds of locally made, grown or built items into a big warehouse and set up stalls. Mike got a bottle of wine and I bought a star.
Then we drove towards Chautauqua and along ...