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Travel Blogs from Pulaski
... so had to re-route. Not much off road work but we expected this in Tennessee.
Found the Jack Daniels brewery and had a fleeting look inside.
lovely scenery and loads of Eagles, squirrels and a little very red bird was a common sight.
Bikes are working very well. Did a few mods to the suspension. increased the pre load. ...
... 75 miles on a highway. Kim and I stopped twice for coffee and at one of the places we got a fried apricot pie. Lunch was at this darling town called Fayetville, and we went into a bookstore (I got another book to read) and made our second stop for coffee. Then we were on our way. We stopped to save a turtle and chalk for other riders. We stopped to snack and stretch. We enjoy stopping and enjoying the ride as opposed to just pushing through it. At lunchtime today, ...
... Martin Methodist College were kind enough to shuttle our riders the 92 MILES to the next site! Unbelievable!!
Before the shuttles could get us, though, we had time to follow through with a plan our group had days back, involving roster pictures and the official NC2SD Bike & Build website. It was. Everything. Best idea ever.
Stand-out moments about ...
Today's 76-mile ride was relatively uneventful mostly because 70 of it was on the same highway. However, Carlee, Hannah, and I broke up the ride with some nice long talks about politics, favorite things, and some other zesty topics. Later, Alicia joined us and we stopped at Prichard's distillery to learn about how they make rum in Tennessee. The woman was really nice and gave us a tour of the ...
... approx 1000 miles and some of it was undertaken by boat using Cumberland and Tennessee Rivers.
It's thought about 60,000 Indians started the trip and that over 10,000 died during it... The five tribes practised many European behaviours to do with farming methods, housing and clothing and were "transformed" as follows.
- The Choctaw tribe were removed in 1831
- The Seminole tribe were removed in 1832
- The Creek ...