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... lunches) and ham.
It was a cool 52 F and the sky was clear. We headed south to rejoin the Ohio River Scenic Road. Not far out of town there were fields of corn on one side and strip mining for coal on the other side of the road.
Went to the Garden of the Gods in Shawnee National forest. High rocky outcrop with weathered sandstone rocks from when the area was an inland sea. Lovely area and quite a lot of visitors. We took a short 1/4 mile walk to see the ...
... central states are more interested in letting you know you have crossed into them than on the eastern seaboard. We travelled on the 64 and the time zone crosses this highway several times so we did not bother to change our clocks until we knew we were definitely in the Central Time Zone.
We picked up a state map and state holiday brochure at the Welcome Centre. Some of these are no longer manned and others we have come across have been manned ...
... rigged a homemade truing station out of clamps and 2x4's. It was Brian who then artistically reduced the giant wobble to a barely noticeable shimmy.
I said the words Thank You too many times to count but it still didn't seem enough, so I'll say it again here. Thank You to the entire Keller Family for all they did for me on Day 123.
I made it to the bike shop in Evansville on Day 124. I asked for a replacement rear wheel. The mechanic told ...
... of Popeye". A pleasant place with an active downtown, we ended up staying in a 10x15 bunkhouse for cyclist at the Fraternal Order of the Eagles. Nice since it rained. Yesterday began with a 20 mile section along a Mississippi R. levee before getting overtaken by a thunderstorm. It was warm enough to just ride through it. Tonight we are at Cave in Rock State Park on the Ohio Rivet, established because this riverside cave was popular with ...
Today we cycled 72 miles in rolling hills to a tiny town on the Ohio River. We were accommodated in two old, historic homes overlooking the River. The homes are run as bed and breakfast stops so we enjoyed an intimate atmosphere. That evening one of our group who has a home in the area had friends treat us to a catfish BBQ in a pavilion overlooking the ...