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... of fish and those species are dying out. The man told us that all the Great Lakes are full of these nasty things. Bummer.
We cruised the town and the harbor and found the park that Gail used to go to. It is a wonderful place to visit as it sits atop a bluff with steep drop off down to the lake shore. The views are spectacular and the city of Port Washington has placed benches and picnic tables through out the park for the public to ...
... is pretty well booked all summer long. Anyhow, I left on Saturday afternoon and 5 of the 16 spots were taken...Don't know where the others were...Oh well their loss.
The reunion was fun and I saw lots of relatives that I hadn't seen in quite a few years, and met some I had not met.. The food was GREAT as always. The only downer was my sister Ramona was sick and couldn't attend. I was really looking forward to seeing her again. Maybe next ...
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 ...
... Like everything else, it didn't matter what we were riding...just that we were riding as one!
The other piece of group symbolism and "belonging" was the patches. Thanks, Lisa! While it was "cool" to have the memorabilia, the coveted group and ride patches and pins were important for group dynamics. It gave us identity as a group...a single unit...rather than individual riders out on a lark. They began the process of helping us all to understand that this was a group thing. That ...