Days Inn Chillicothe
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A hilly morning. We managed to charge up Buddy by plugging it into the wall at a supermarket. We even found free WiFi.
We spoke to people who suggested we take Route 36.
We got to a motel and the girl on the desk gave us a discount, just cos we're on bikes and made her day interesting. Afterwards we had frosty glasses of beer. We're not sure how much to tip around here.
... was top notch from beginning to end food-wise. Bryan had the rib eye and I had the prime rib. It was melt in your mouth good. We kept saying, "this is sooo good". No room for dessert.
After dinner we walked around the area and then headed back to the hotel. We were too full to go and have a drink. I know...gettn' old. ...
Today, after church at St. Mark's we decided to drive down town to have a look around. WE parked and had breakfast at the buffet at the Marriott. We were going to eat at a diner but the gps kept recalculating and getting confused with all the exit on and off ramps at different levels, so we turned it off...followed the signs to downtown and parked. The concierge at the Marriott said he did not know of anywhere serving breakfast in ...
... few (maybe 15) extra miles, but it got us off the highways and onto more scenic rolling country roads... a trade I will take every day. I think the rolling terrain is a lot of fun to ride; it is difficult to ride as a group though.
Scott is gunning for the flat tire record. He ran over another nail today; this one fish-hooked through his sidewall and popped ...
... riding in 91F+ (not sure what that is in centigrade but probably up in the 30C+) and climbing strongly on a series of rolling hills. We still think that this is an experience not to be missed, just come prepared for strenuous riding.
Penny did well and rode up the 20% grades really well in the full heat of the day, standing up on the pedals and giving it real 'wellie' - the Wheelers would be proud of her.
A few sights from ...