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... A. Royd but it would appear my comfy sheepskin seat cover is forestalling that. It might just be the best 100 bucks I ever spent!
Add a comfy seat to the fact that I no longer smoke (my year anniversary is Sept 6th!) I no longer have any reason to stop unless there is something I want to look at closer. I have driven, at times, over 380 straight km which is about my 90% of my fuel range on 23L of gas.
I had planned to use a ring road to skirt the majority ...
... people mixing throughout the crowd seem to be the standard. Classic small town country stuff that is warming to see still exists in its genuine form. Slowed up these last few days with some mechanical issues with Ed's bike, our mileages dropped but seem solved now. As the weather and humidity climb, we are entering an area of increasingly steep short hills. Lots of westbound cyclists have been noting their difficulty; we'll see. ...
The rains pushed us into Marshfield late in the day. We escaped for a brief time at Olanna's cafe in Springfield. We had a second breakfast that carried us down the road. We detoured to a local bike shop to check Cat's bottom bracket and had a new rear tire added to Richard's bike. We trust that tomorrow will be dryer and with fewer ...
... Icons", 8 bottles of Route 66 sodee pop, and a trunk load of trinkets and souvenirs. Gary knows how to sell, and he does it in an entertaining manner. He truly enjoys the people he meets and acts as an ambassador of the route. He will give you more time then you have to spare. If he "really likes" you, he'll go in the back and come out with a signed photo of himself... We now have four...people ...
... least 45 mph faster then any posted speed limit... except in town drive really slow ; it averages out that way.
2. All yellow lines mean pass really fast.
3. Double yellow lines mean pass really, really fast.
4. When the wheels scream around a turn, take the next one 10 mph faster (The wheels must have too many squeaks in them. Doubling and tripling your speed is important. It helps get the squeaks out).
As Newt ...