Fairfield Inn & Suites Verona
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... common for the weather to be overcast and gloomy. I felt like I was walking around in a black and white set of gloom.
The sun was there, wanting to shine through the cloud cover, but was hidden much of the time. A few times, there were some spots of blue skies amidst the cloud cover, so that was nice.
It was COLD here! ...
... even offered me a box to take the rest with me, but decided it wouldn't be too good after being on the road for a couple of hours. Went to Rolling Rock Speedway and had a chat to the only Australian driver Kerry Madsen and an American Chad Cavanagh - both really nice, so I was going for them. Kerry came 4th and poor old Chad was towards the back of the pack. A couple of big crashes but thankfully no injuries - well serious ones ...
Fernweh : (noun) an ache for distant places; the craving for travel... It’s been a rough few years to say the least. Disappointing relationships, friendships and career aspirations all disintigrating at the same time leaving me feeling pretty unsettled and unhappy. Seems like the perfect time to do something adventurous and wonderful, like backpack through Bali. So here goes...The plan: ...
... 2,000 miles on the Harley. I haven't figured out the cost of gas exactly but we think it is around $7,000. Total expenses were $14,965.58. That includes food, gifts, gas, clothes, excursions, everything. The trip was not at all like what I thought it was going to be. I thought we would set up camp, stay a few days, have leisurely visits. It was more like a 61 day ...
... s name but I did learn that he was a Tractor Pull champion. Thats a big deal in these parts. We were supposed to go further today, but the tire issue set us back a couple hours. I'm glad we stayed here though. We set up camp at The Brown Barn. The management was super friendly, and one guy, Eric, even had his bike all loaded for touring. We set up under a big tree. Inside the barn was a recreational area, showers, laundry, and a full kitchen. It was quite cool. Patrick wanted ...