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... over breakfast - and if anyone had managed to try 'a little of everything’ then they simply would not have made it out through the door. I guess this was “continental - plus a full lunch and half of dinner as well.”
Sadly however, ‘the road’ can be a hard mistress. Despite our natural desire to hang out at the Rocking Horse Inn for another day our “expected progress” line was drifting west, and ...
I was so excited to realize that I've run 888 miles for you Ciaran! That puts us just a little north of Bowling Green, Ohio. We are almost to the state of Michigan, which is the last state before we get to Canada!!
I think that the coolest thing about Bowling Green, Ohio has to be the wind turbines. Just outside of town, there are 4 giant wind turbines. They use the power of ...
Another big take-away--- I'm done museum hopping. So far I've budgeted 2 hours per museum, and as soon as I got to the Cleveland Museum of Art I realized I need to spend a full day enjoying each one, even if I bring a book and read half the time. The CMA is absolutely gorgeous... and free! I paid the $13 for the ...
... down the road!! We got a coffee for the road . . . and a maple biscuit with sausage, egg, and cheese!! Maybe this trip should be the Tim Horton Maple Biscuit Tour!!
We encountered some very heavy rain between Gaylord and Mt. Pleasant (about 100 miles) . . . often turning on our emergency flashers with the wipers on high, slowing considerably.
As we approached Mt. Pleasant . . . I remarked that there wasn't anything to ...
... he's afraid of getting fat... even though he only weighs 145lbs. It takes all kinds of kinds, right? He challenges me to be a better cyclist, so that's great. Ohio is so green and pretty. It's been mostly farm roads. The route we're taking is very busy with a narrow shoulder though. Ohioans are by far the rudest drivers towards cyclists that I've ...