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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 ...
... got in it. -Lunch was at mile 50 and we were cruising. -Second lunch (for our mental sanity, we called First Lunch "Second Breakfast," and Second Lunch "First Lunch." It's confusing but it kind of tricks your brain into thinking you haven't been riding as long as you have. -We get to Second Lunch ("First Lunch") At 3:30, leave at 3:45 and only have until 5:30 to pound out the remaining 30 miles. And we did. My group was amazing and absolutely ...
... got a flat! After a quick lunch, we received a text from Hannah that she had shredded her tire and needed the spare that sweep is responsible for carrying. We raced on over, got everything squared away there and continued the jaunt into second lunch. About 10 miles later, we ran into Christine again with her 3rd flat of the day. She had such a great attitude about it though, something I'm not sure I could manage myself after such a rough day! After ...
... 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 ...
... route 186 to Altus which is the wine capitol of Arkansas. On this wine trail, we stopped at four wineries which were all different. Aux Arc was a small one and did not look opened but it was really cute. We passed by mile after mile of vineyards here and it seems that all the wineries grow their wines at the top of this mountain because down in the valley the vineyards would freeze in the winter. Stopped at the Wiederkehr Village Winery which has ...
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