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... under renovation, but we still got to see them and could see how wonderful they were, using a little imagination - :) After that we wondered into the Mignanelli Piazza and had our first Pizza of the trip.
By this time, we are decidedly "pooped." We headed back to our hotel, all on foot, where thankfully our room was ready. After a nice, refreshing bath in the jacuzzi tub, a lovely nap was had. Then at 6 p.m. Roman time, we ...
... was about 2 storeys high. The wheels were as high as me. Had lunch in a park which was surrounded by small houses which looked as though they could have been workers houses.
Went to Toledo again by freeway.The speed limit is 70 mph but not many cars stick to it. The road surface is often concrete with cuts in it which mads an awful sound and tend to make the car wobble.
From Toledo we went onto smaller highway ...
Left Tomah Wisconsin early this morning knowing we had another long day of driving. Goal was to get home around 8:00 PM and we made it right on the dot! It felt good to walk into the house. It did not feel like we had been gone for 40 days! Speedometer says we traveled 10,000 miles! WOW! We sure saw many, many wonderful sights. Makes us so appreciative of this great country ...
... Track day riding is the closest things I have come to that replicates the small unit stuff I've done in TN. Going quickly takes being completely relaxed and yet being fully active at the same time.
I honestly wish I had done this several years ago. It's made me a better rider, a safer rider and taught me a great deal about the dynamics behind the motorcycle. I got to meet some really cool new people and hangout with old friends too.
Race tracks at night when there is no action on track are serene places. All is calm and peaceful, yet there remains a sense that violence will soon be unleashed.
In the morning I run my first laps at a performance riding day at MidOhio. This is a track from a different era, when drivers and riders were required to be men and tracks were built around the landscape. This is not one of the Tilke style tracks with epic runoff. A ...