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... Touch serious wood. ----------- 9:37pm After our respective breaks we mucked about on the patch of grass by our trailer and spent a little time in the big field directly behind us. We tried Penny in the Jolly Jumper but she seemed more interested in filling her diaper. Fair enough. She did get a nice little bath in the shade though. The resort on the whole seems great. The bathrooms and showers here are absolutely premium. Individual rooms that ...
... expedition could happen.
Ready to Go
As a last step, I brought the plane in for an annual inspection at Avian Aeronautics at KPWT. I fixed and replaced some things I probably would have left alone if it weren’t for the trip I had planned, like installing a new a battery, replacing an old vacuum pump, and doing the brakes.
With equipment and the critical Antarctica permit in place, I was ready to begin my trip.
... we’d done a 600 mile day but we went for it.
We got up early, did all the packing we could and went to breakfast. After breakfast Dana finished packing and Brian went to check the tire pressures on the bikes. Oddly enough, each tire needed two pounds. Fortunately, this was the only time on the trip that the tires needed air. For you who are interested, we used Avon Storm 2’s. They performed perfectly and we were extremely ...
... Pulling out stuff like rain gear, bike locks, gloves... We have boxes labeled "hot weather", "cold weather", "long trips"... It makes it all much easier.
Today we went through "riding clothes". Garments that we wear under our riding gear. Next to our skin we wear Under Armour type stuff. When it's warm it wicks away the sweat. In the colder weather it insulates. I've (Brian) lost nearly 20 pounds since June 1st. Today I ...
... a set up with a small farm full of variety. They have goats in the front yard, cows in the back, chickens, turkeys, pigs and a pet rabbit. And they have a good size garden as well with some bee hives for pollination (and honey of course) It was pretty cool to see the way they are self sustaining and use the land to its fullest. Definitely picking up some pointers for when we start our “real lives” and have some property. Ha.
But for dinner Bev ...
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3350 Gateway Street, Springfield | 2 star hotelfrom $75
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3480 Hutton Street, Springfield | 2 star hotelfrom $120
3315 Gateway Street, Springfield | 2 star hotelfrom $69
1875 Mohawk Blvd., Springfield | 2 star hotelfrom $69
969 Kruse Way, Springfield | 2 star hotelfrom $132
520 Harlow Road, Springfield | 1 star hotelfrom $53
3528 Gateway Street, Springfield | 3 star hotelfrom $132