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... br> We meandered along the route taking some side tracks - some lead to views, others did not and we could not work out why they were included. At a little place called Cave in Rock, there was a ferry across the Ohio River. As you might guess, we took the ferry and found ourselves back in Kentucky where we followed the River Road.
The ferry was very interesting in that the boat section was attached to the car platform via a hinge so that the boat was always pushing ...
... up the road.
Very large Krogers open 24 hours where you can buy hot meals, wine, fancy cheeses and all manner of sweet foods from the bakery. Plain bread rolls? No! I did find some Chibatta rolls in their Artisan bread section. Of course being fancy they were quite expensive. Krogers appear to have a monopoly in the supermarket business in Kentucky. Next hurdle was paying for the rolls. The specialty breads had special bags but there were none for ...
Arrived early and got our pick of sites. We got this one right on the lake. At dusk, the family of skunks would come out to enjoy the fallen crab apples on the tree in our site. The sunsets were gorgeous! We met Puff the Purple Dragon on the beach! Loved the water tower.
Today was a welcome rest day. We now head into the hills of Kentucky. Some of us patronized the local bike shops and checked and adjusted our machines for the hills to come. I visited bike shops, thrift store, the local library and generally cruised around town looking for history. I found history in an old cemetary that is registered on the national historic preservation list. Woodlawn cemetary was the ...
We ventured out of Chester this morning competing for space on the highway for 8 miles with monstrous coal trucks!!! Shortly after reaching Cora, however, we were rewarded with miles of traffic-free riding on the Mississippi River Levee making our way through fields of corn and soy bean. Pure hell on the road followed by some of the most beautiful and peaceful cycling that you could ...