Budget Inn Ardmore
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... came on softest setting so increased Mark's to 5 and mine to 4.
Increased rebound from 50% to 95%.
this really helped especially with the luggage and weight we are carrying. Mark suggested a smaller front sprocket but maybe a couple of teeth less on back would be better. maybe something to look into when the trail gets tougher.
... with my big sister Amanda, we facetimed. It was really good to catch up. It's tough being here because I'm not really keeping up with all the folks back home that I should be keeping up with. At the same time, I want to be present and enjoy all the people I'm with. Were about three-ish weeks in and people are really finally becoming themselves. There's less filter and censorship and I think collectively, less of a need to be impressive. It's nice. I had a really ...
Another college! More dorms! Had my own room!
Thunderstormed SO HARD the next morning. We had a nap/cuddle-puddle/ukulele-playing/TV-wa tching fest until 8:30 and then decided to van everyone to the next host. It was a tough decision but an easy call. That storm was not about let up. And indeed it did not. (see the picture) We totally lucked out, though, because the awesome ...
... been amazing and welcoming. After snacking and showering, the town's chiropractor took us all in for free adjustments to our aching bodies. I have never been to one before and it was quite the enjoyable experience. I'm feeling refreshed and ready to take on our biggest ride to date tomorrow-95 baby! We also will be hitting the 1,000 mile mark at some point en route tomorrow. So much to be excited ...
We were so excited to have a nice day for driving! As we rolled into Alabama the Beautiful, the state seemed to live up to its name right away. Bright blue skies, rolling green hills and sparkling stretches of water here and there. So far, a lot of these states do not look at all what we were ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking