Holiday Inn Express Bucyrus
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... in Atlanta before the flight, so grabbed a quick sandwich and soup.
The flight to Rome was approximately a 9 hour flight; however the Stewardesses supplied us with all sorts of food. After awhile, I felt like one of those chickens who never leaves its roost, but just eats and does its thing, never knowing anything else! However, actually, it was rather pleasant for a change of pace, and Mike and I watched the X-Men Movie, ...
To call the 110 miles spent riding around MidOhio's 14 corners (with the motorcycle chicane prior to the Keyhole) enlightening would be an understatement. This was a day spent learning the fundamentals of working with the bike to get closer to the full potential of bike, rider, tires and track.
I spent the day with a group in the middle of the novice pack. The first session went well other than some push at the front on the low ...
Race tracks at night when there is no action on track are serene places. All is calm and peaceful, yet there remains a sense that violence will soon be unleashed.
In the morning I run my first laps at a performance riding day at MidOhio. This is a track from a different era, when drivers and riders were required to be men and tracks were built around the landscape. This is not one of the Tilke style tracks with epic runoff. A ...
This morning we woke up later than we planned and finished up packing odds and ends. We said our farewells to Bella and seriously considered puppy-napping her and stealing her off to Canada. With heavy hearts we got into the car around 11 and started our journey up north with multiple considerations of turning around and getting her. The drive was uneventful, we drove through Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and ended in Ohio were we slept in out car. ...
... maybe not). Flight 93 Memorial is a work in progress; but, even with what little is there, it is still a moving experience. Hopefully, my pictures can give an idea of what we saw. The actual crash site is about 200 yards from the black "flight path" walkway which leads to the white Wall of Honor. On each of the 40 white marble slabs is the name of one of the heroes that were on Flight 93. Yet to be built is the Visitors Center and the walkway from the Visitors Center to ...