Holiday Inn Express Washington, Indiana
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Today was a great day. I was shooting for Flora Illinois and had no intention of riding the 150 miles to Indiana. For the first time in 2 weeks I had good riding conditions. When I started riding from Caseyville this morning it was calm and about 75 degrees out. By lunch time there was a light wind at my back and it had gotten even cooler. It looks like all the good weather vibes you guys have been sending me have worked. I was ...
... the Arch casts across the city skyline.
After traveling back down the Gateway Arch we were quickly on road again, heading towards Oklahoma City on Route 44. I offered to drive after St. Louis, but Mark said he still pumped about driving. I honestly do not know how he was still functioning. His summer semester of grad school just ended yesterday and I think he's slept an average of four to five hours for the past week. But as ...
... enjoying the beauty of what this country produces. To give you a good idea of how long these fields of crops were, we rode for over three hours without seeing a gas station, or any place that we could stop to eat lunch. We finally found a place at about 2:30 pm just before the Indiana border.
We crossed over into Indiana and 13 miles later arrived at our hotel in Sullivan. The trip today was 112 miles. ...
... it's just drug paraphernalia; send in the diabetic girl with a bag full of needles.
I am currently reading about Thailand and trying to take in as much information as I can before I leave. It seems like I have a long time, but I really have just over a month. I am registering with the US Embassy now and then will check back in with Moodle to see what else I need to do. So far this blog is simply for me to keep focused on what I need to still do for the trip.
... my trip. If I could pull any morals out of it all I would have to say that the vast majority of America is pretty stupidly paranoid about alternative transit vis a vis hitching and online rides. Yes, there is potential for problems and I have heard two or three stories of getting robbed (or attempts at such from ride offerers), but
honestly the numbers are not any worse than for walking around at night. If you keep your wits about you and don't trust sketchy random people you're ...