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... culture vanish. The decor is precisely how a bath house would have looked pre-WW2. Only a 78rpm version of Ruddy Vallee's "Blue Heaven" playing on a corner gramophone could have made it more authentic. An old, grey, black gentleman greeted me at the entrance to the bathrooms (wow, this 1930s experience was becoming too authentic). The old man had a crooked posture and a curt, broken English to match. He was a little surly as well. It reminded me I ...
The stops for these last few nights was determined by the availability of Category 1 & 2 Hampton Inns. Tonight, Clarksvilke, AR, which is where we spent the first night of our trip. We had a relatively short drive today, only about 4 hours, but it was a straight shot down the interstate so it felt like a lot longer. After ...
Days 2 & 3 took us to the Buffalo National River in northern Arkansas. The river was the first with this designation, which it obtained a little more than 40 years ago. For years there was debate as to whether a dam would be built on this river. Eventually, it was decided to keep it running "free." Today, there are lots of canoe & kayak businesses that keep the river well used, and several campgrounds along its banks. Heads up: most of ...
Today was my second time on sweep, this time alongside Alicia and this time for the second of our three centuries we will complete on this trip. The first 35 miles or so were a breeze. Alicia and I chatted, took numerous pee breaks, and just took our time getting to the first lunch. We caught up with Christine and her group, who happened to be on their second flat of the day. Once she finished that up, we all cruised into lunch as a group. It was then that ...
... day today. 240 mile of mostly dirt. I was leading so I took full advantage of the opportunity to give Bill a dirt elevenes, lunch and afternoon tea.
By 3pm he had eaten more dirt than yesterday's intake of hot fat.
We left the Mississippi delta and crossed the Ozark mountains.
Fantastically beautiful so I am told.
I have no idea because today I have mostly been riding like a Gravel God.
I have ...
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