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... good to be home.Summary:
7/23-8/9 (18 days)
7,593 total miles
20 different states
24 total states (we rode thru Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and of course Pa. twice - when we went out and when we came back)
Averaged about 9 1/2-11 hours a day in saddle (except 1 day in San Francisco)
2 tender butts, red faces and tired bodies.
One VERY dirty bike
A mountain of laundry
Too many bills to count
... Russell gave her a big tip. She also loved to talk and told us how Americans really don't like to travel too far from what they know, their families are important to them so they generally all stay in the same town and live nearby supporting each other. (not really convinced that stands for everyone, but it is how here family are). She also told us that the Amish people can be really mean, especially the women. ...
... This means we were in two of the seven continents we have studied this year. Tell me the 7 continents and which continent Qatar is located.
The coldest temperature outside the aircraft was -49 degrees Fahrenheit. When we landed in Doha the temperature was 103 degrees. What is the range in temperatures? HINT: When we calculated range in math earlier this year it was with ...
... threatened Rain all day, but that kept it cool out - only one little rain burst for about 5 minutes. We made it to the 501 shelter, and met a family that was thru-hiking. Pretty large group, so I think it was 2 families. The shelter had a solar shower, but it was kinda cold, so I heated up water on my stove, and used my camel back to take a warm shower with :) . We headed out and planned to do another 15 miles. As we hiked down the trail to the stream, there was a toad ...
... hang clothes on a line outside. Many still use the horse and buggy. They have trackers but not to use for plowing. They do the plowing the old fashion way.Yep, horse and plow. LOL, we saw a man plowing with horse and plow but he was standing on a little platform with tires on it. He wasn't going to walk behind the plow. To keep them from using the tractor for anything other then around the farm they take the rubber tires off ...