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We started the day saying good bye to our good friends the Valentines in Culver Indiana and here we are ready to get some sleep in Albert Lea Minnesota. It has been a long day. Culver Indiana was really rural and after the storm last night it was difficult getting to civilization. Lots of limbs and trees down. But we found our way all the way to ...
... the road after it happens. There was everything from deer to raccoons to possums. Charming I know. Our lunch stop was at a small visitor centre that had a grassed area but that's about it. We arrived at the campsite in the late evening and dinner was quickly prepared and laundry done. We sat around the campsite for a bit but then the rain came and as usual everyone dispersed pretty quickly to bed for the ...
Headed for first campsite Nerstrand Big Woods-- last of huge woods (Grand Bois) that used to cover Eastern Minnesota. This is just (about 10-20 miles) East of where glacier stopped, so rugged terrain formed by runoff water. Very very hot -- into 90's, maybe 94 -- and near 100% humidity. Pitched tent and dripping with sweat -- so went for 1 mile walk to 'hidden waterfall' which was very mosquito-filled walk. Back to campsite and lots of ...
... we were talking about ride order and responsibilities. We talked about needing certain riders who understood distance riding and rider safety in strategic positions in the stick. We had the bikers positioned and you all heard the rationale. In all of that, the two most important spots are the lead and the tailgunner. Jayne was the lead and Karen was the tailgunner...it wasn't any of us on bikes...you were integral parts of the stick...Now you know why we had the separate ...
... Ron...the Road King has a sixth gear!!
Alex Mard: Always a free spirit, Alex feels and follows. He takes life to heart and lets life take him by the hand. Alex felt some apprehension in advance of the ride...the distance and the rigors. He started questioning the distance, time an d the length of ride days during the planning stages. Having ridden much of the mountain sections the year before, he knew it would be a challenge, especially with 9 bikes and 2 cars. The route ...