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... delays from winds changed that. As we sat around this afternoon, I was thinking that if the weather report changed and was good, it would be hard to make the mental switch to riding again tomorrow. But for the heck of it, I asked Dave to check the weather report. 75% chance of rain by 9 am, up to 100% chance from 11 am to 8 pm, winds from the E/NE starting at 10 mph and increasing to 20 mph by evening, with flash flood watches! I am so glad we are not riding tomorrow!!
... the route is very hilly, and all in all, it just doesn’t sound like a fun way to end this year’s ride. Fitting, perhaps, but not fun! So we think we’ll ride 10-20 miles past West Concord and choose a good stopping place for this year, then spend Thursday with the kids just relaxing and playing with our grandchildren. The next year we ride, we’ll start where we left off and see where the road leads from there.
... to see some of our friends in church. Monday morning went to the Mall of America the only thing we bought was pretzels and ice cream. We had to get more propane for the furance since it is cooler here. Yesterday's high was about 50 and low of 37. We boxed up stuff we didn't need and send back home so our friend Tim can take into the house. Thanks Tim. Today ...
... br> It took a whole hour for the parade to pass, and every float, car etc had sweets that they threw to the children. Some had bags that they gathered them in! We didn't go to the competition in the afternoon.
After lunch, and Carroll got back from his work, we set off to visit Sleepy Eye, which is the town where Michael grew up. We went by Clear Lake, and they told us that it freezes over in the winter and a whole 'city' grows up on the ice, where people put cabins ...
The Rhyme and Reason Behind the Ride Route and Execution Thereof
Setting up the ride was not a simple matter. Hours were spent poring over the roads, towns, distances, terrain, timing and more. The intent was to cross the U.S. However, the intent needed to be transformed into a reality that would get us across with memorable events and places enroute...catering to the expectations of a diverse bunch. The route and stops needed to be merged to accommodate ...