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I will be traveling with students to see Amsterdam, Paris, and London in order to visit museums, architectural sites, and areas of historical significance. By visiting these places in person, I am hoping to fulfill the part of our College's to prepare and inspire students for thoughtful engagement in the world. I can think of no ...
... was hovering between 95 and 100 F (35-38C for Europhiles) and every traffic light went red. And these are air cooled bikes which means that they radiate a lot of heat. It is fair to say that we were hot!! Just as well summer ended last week.
However we slowly eased our way into the Shenandoah Valley and the northern Appalachians. Suddenly life was good. It was better than good – it was superb. We wound up and up and the temperature dropped by a clear ...
By noon, we had gassed up 3 times, been through a rain shower, travelled 307 kms (probably 100 of them in construction zones) and had just finished lunch at Burger King. We all ordered their chicken salad with different kinds of cheeses and kept the young lady in the back ...
Lee and I decided to take a last minute trip to Seneca Rocks. We arrived late on Monday night, around midnight. Instead of setting up camp and getting to bed so we could have an early start in the morning, Lee drives straight to the mountain for a night climb. It's pitch black and we are headed towards the base of the mountain. Not only was this my first multi-pitch climb, it was also my first night climb... Leave it to Lee to throw you right ...
... this area.
Then came The Blackwater Trail.
All the potential of 9 miles of rail grade riding above the Blackwater River. We soon found the extent and reach of Superstorm Sandy. Trees and their attendant huge trunks covering the trail. A few volunteers were there with chainsaws and they warned us that the trail had not been cleared. Our egos would not allow us to turn back. How would we get around these mountains if we couldn't use the trail? We trudged on.