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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I had trouble remembering where we are at the moment. I also had trouble remembering which way out of the lift to turn.
So 75miles and it rained none stop but thats ok as you reach a point when you can't get any more wet and to be honest it was not cold when we were cycling. Only when stopped so had one SAG stop to sign in quickly then continued.
Cycled with Kettie, Ingun, PC and Doug all of the day. 4 people fell off due to rain and railroad tracks but ...
... be closer to Indianapolis not over an hour away. I think what happened was that I was looking for a site half way between Owosso and Moline (tomorrow's stop) not focusing on the fact that we wanted to see more of Indianapolis. Oh well, we had a great time driving around Richmond’s historic district looking at all the murals and finding a wonderful chocolate shop. The murals were very realistic. The train photo made us do a double take. The balloon ...
... in NY, but significantly different from MI. We passed hundreds of large rolling irrigators. The crops appear to be mostly soybeans and corn, we assume from appearance. We also passed a large windmill farm probably 25 – 30. Peg always gets excited with windmills. In fact I got in trouble for our second entry because I did not mention the windmills she saw and photographed near downtown Cleveland.
From Shipshewana on we saw many Amish and ...
The day was a bit cloudy, but the temps were up, so it was a good day to see Antietam, or as the southerners call it, Sharpsburg. But we are in the North, or at least a border state, so we'll call it Antietam.
The drive was not long from the Embassy Suites in Wilmington, DE to Antietam, Maryland, about an hour. We parked at the Visitor’s Center and made a mad dash for the movie theatre as the half-hour movie was ...
... register us and then one of the "Perms" or permanent residents, who happened to stop in to purchase a couple of sodas, escorted us over to our site. We set up camp in short order as the storm clouds gathered in earnest. The PGA championship golf tournament was being held just south of us in Louisville, Kentucky so we watched it live on TV while we decompressed from the long day ...