Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Valparaiso
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No pics today. Total freeway over 400i miles and stopped just short of Chicago. Good planning on our part because Eric got a flat back tire and there happened to be a Harley dealer here. We saw a terrible accident on freeway out of Cleveland. Both people were airlifted by chopper right off highway. Heard both made it to hospital. 431 miles ...
... paid for the experience we get when we sit in bed at night. The kids were scared and we decided to move on. After the museum we strolled around the neighborhood and stumbled upon some lovely community gardens that invited visitors to “Stroll and Sniff.” They were filled with herbs, vegetables, various greens, sunflowers, and scarecrows. It’s incredible watching little kids curiously explore. Desmond saw a rose, held the bloom gently in his palm, took a ...
... in Beijing before returning the US. I hope to use one of my free weekends to either travel to Tianjin to reunite with some FSU alumni or else meet them somewhere interesting and new! I am looking forward to eating street food, Muslim food, and hot pot. I also am excited to experience the random moments of Chinese language cohesion, where I find myself able to converse fluently with people on the street about whatever they are doing ...
... reaching for your trusty knife while grappling with ferocious bears, and other plausible scenes which help you decide what you will really use.
Last time, I didn’t have room for my stove or my sandals, and my rear panniers were packed tighter than a kleenex box. So this time, my favorite thing to visualize is the new front panniers I will get from Jim tomorrow loosely packed with food, my mess kit, stove, and a few other ...
... brakes themselves, and I would have to wait for the parts. So, keeping in mind that people have been riding with brakes like mine for a very long time and don't drive their bikes off swithbacks and over cliffs very often at all, I am going to go with what I have...
But I might throw some new brake pads on there in Minneapolis - just for good measure...
There are more pressing concerns right now though. I need to check my gear over and decide what makes the cut; ...