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Today was a short day. So more picture were taken but, I still cannot upload them. Got to get a picture with both Paul Bunyan and his girlfriend in Hackensack. Unfortunately, Marilyn is still having bike issues. Today her rear wheel seized up on the last 6 mile of today's ride. The hotel clerk gave us a number for a guy that fixes bikes out of his house. We had lunch ...
... and coffee to fuel us up for the mileage ahead. Then we were off...first up is Merrifield then Nisswa where we had lunch at Ganley's. It is amazing how good a simple club sandwich tastes when to are working hard biking. YUM!!! Then we passed through Pequot Lakes and Jenkins on our way to tonight's place of rest in Pine River. After the delays this morning, we decided to stay at the Roadway Inn. As we checked in I asked if ...
We chose to start late due to rain and just a short 26 ish miles for today. It was muggy and felt like Florida humidity... Ish! So we decided to go to the town of Little Falls for breakfast. At tHe recommendation of the owner of the bike shop where we went yesterday for a couple more bike tubes ( note to self err on the side of caution, when peddling a bike that weighs 90 plus pounds). We are in a cabin ...
We left Idaho on June 6th, after an amazing bike ride in the Grand Tetons. We rode from Moose Junction to Jenny Lake. The ride was a gentle up hill all the way. We reminisced about our prior visit 34 years ago with 3 infant girls. What a wonderful time we had then hiking around Jenny Lake! On the 7th we hightailed it across Montana. Bill was a ...
... campground and went into the town for a couple of pics before heading out on the road with Garmin guiding us to Minneapolis, the initial destination for the day. With Garmin taking the lead, we meandered the quiet two lane county roads in a south by west direction toward that first destination; at times feeling like we were going a bit in circles after a detour gave Garmin cause to "recalculate" often. The countryside was comprised of farms, mostly dairy, ...