Candlewood Suites Indianapolis Dwtn Medical Dist
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... of day, ended up a gorgeous day! Visiting Don and Linda Porter, it's been a long time since we've spent much time with you guys, so excited to be able to reconnect!!! Kids are in hog heaven here, pool, golf cart, pedal bike, you name it they have ...
Main fact for the day: 3 doughnut day. Mmmm. Was a short day cycling so took it nice and easy. Stopped at the Roark factory which make aerospace stuff and titanium bikes.
Cycled through a pretty park and also stopped at the Speedway circuit and velodrome.
Heating up again now as clouds are clearing but still nice riding temps in the 30s.
Tomorrow is a rest day ahhh. Who knows may even update the missing blog bits...
After a couple of hours at the museum - we jumped in the car - grabbed sandwiches for the road and began the LONG trek to Naperville, IL to see Erin, George and Meghan (Krissy was in NC and Sara is in NYC - we see her next week!). The drive needed some breaks - it ended up being longer than we expected. Luckily - after 4.5 hours we realized we were driving right through Bowling Green, KY and passing the Corvette manufacturing plan and ...
... amazing!!!! June 16 After a GREAT breakfast at the Omni Severin Indianapolis - a hotel we loved - we packed the car and headed to the Indianapolis Children's Museum. What a COOL place for kids. Aside from massive Transformers statues (including some that are people in costumer changing from car to robot - there were dozens of things to do. The kids absolutely loved ...
My much anticipated departure for Colombia has been approximately 8 years in the making. I was about 60 miles away in 2007 when traveling in Panama...that time I was bested by the Darien Gap, an impenetrable combination of dense jungle, mountains, and paramilitary groups. Adhering to my strict 'no gang' policy, I made a hesitant u-turn. I was again thwarted in 2011 when I was ...