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... the prop crew and the midway crew. We’re all in this together and we may as well make the best of it. Haha.
Tomorrow is another no-show day so we’re heading back to NYC, courtesy of a certain lovely friend by the last name of Heroy who apparently enjoyed spending time with us on Tuesday and doesn’t mind doing it again! We’re jumping to Mine Hill, NJ where we’ll be for three whole days…a luxury in this ...
... was a bar at the back of the train station, those two glasses of wine were more expensive than two bottles we normally buy, but my god was it the best money we ever spent to have a sheltered place to lurk for an hour and a half. (We sure overstayed our welcome) We jumped on the train, and realised that it didn't go that far and that we had to ride that line all the way to the end and then get on another train and ride that one to ...
... to another trying to secure the evening meal. After several unsuccessful attempts and feeling very beaten after 24 days cycling without a rest, we finally caught the signs to Cheesequake State Park.
It is another beautiful park (slightly ruined by a major highway running through the middle) where we can enjoy our final night at camp. We are both exhausted and feeling pretty strange about the next few days. Tomorrow morning is an early start to cycle ...
... We woke up to tea brewing, which furthered the comfortable afternoon.
We soon broke out the cards and set out to play some Hands and Feet. How fun! What I love best about that game is that it inevitably requires a lot of people all around the table interacting with each other. That's my favorite, and that's what the rest of the evening was all about.
The night could not extend too long. Kelsey and I had a 7:45 show at a school 40 minutes away the next morning. But ...
... Although independent travel is more work and involves some additional risks, I tend to believe it provides a somewhat richer overall travel experience. One of the things I realized at the end of this trip is that in total I have traveled nearly one full year on overland trips with Dragoman. Although that seems like a lot a glance at the globe or at the maps on which I plot out all the routes I have taken in my travels reveals how little of the world I have yet ...
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