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... shores of Lake Michigan ever since I met Gail, so today was the day. We by-passed the metropolis called Milwaukee and headed over to a town called Port Washington. The first place we stopped was a fish shop called EWIG'S that Gail and her hubby Rog used to stop at. They used to get smoked chubs at this place and then go picnic at a park over looking the lake. No more chubs are to be had. It seems the mussels are/have eaten all the plankton from ...
... that it was bitter cold outside. I'm talking 10 to 15 below zero cold. No heat in the backseat of the car cold. Windows frosted up cold. You get the idea, huh...I also remember Buddie just walking up to the mike and singing. No jumping around, no gyrations, no fireworks, just the music. I also remember looking around and nobody was dancing, they just stood there and listen to the music. It was a fun night.
I took a trip up to Ft Snelling to ...
So Corey and I woke up and kind of rushed through our normal morning routines. We were both a little sleepy from not going to bed “early” the day before but the excitement of the upcoming trip was fueling us.
We hurriedly packed the car and rushed out to meet up with Bri (and rearrange a few things so her stuff fit) before getting some road food and gas.
It wasn’t long after we started out that the free space ended up looking like something NASA ...
So this year’s ride is finished. There were some really hard rides, and some very memorable moments. 62 miles with a 20 mph headwind the first day. Taking a rest break in the post office in Taylor, ND. Riding 11.4 miles on a gravel road. The beautiful openness of the North Dakota plains. Riding in a rainstorm through Fergus Falls. A tailwind and a great bike trail! Spending time with the Willsons after all these years. The lovely ...
... 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 ...