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- Outdoor pool
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Sunday [October 4th - Day 0] afternoon around 3pm Jack picked me up and we drove to the Syracuse Airport Hertz to rent a Ford Transit Connect. Once home, figured out how the back seat folded down to house our four suitcases and 4 carry on bags. Eric, Maureen, Ethan & Alexander stopped up in the afternoon to visit before we left. We had Lasagna, pasta, salads, garlic knots and a cheese pizza, from the Parish pizza place. ...
... for the name of someone who rides on the back of the bike. He had mentioned the dread of this in starting out this trip with that title, but was in need of a ride. Lee discovered from a passing motorist that there was a helmet law in NY. Then a few miles down the road a cop came from the opposite direction. Ross hid behind me best as he could. Crowley described it as like when you are in grammar school and don't want to be called on, hiding behind the ...
Heading North again. From Utica, we cycled to Pulaski, which was about 100km. Very hilly. We are, however, slowly feeling the product of our hard work: sores are not as painful and our legs are getting stronger. Hills are starting to look more like hills rather than mountains now, which is good. In Pulaski, we stayed at Lou and Kit's house, two teachers who welcome cyclists very often. They cooked us a delicious meal and were very ...
... center cleat of our boat during this process. They finally got their act together and there was no damage to any boats during this move.
So we headed out to the channel toward the canal to go through more locks. This will be the first time that we are on the boat by ourselves and locking through with just the two of us.
As we traveled through the ...
... later in the evening that he was pretty anxious about this process as well.
The only boat to enter the lock with us was a trawler that had two people on it. One was the captain of the boat - a gentleman about our age. The second was an elderly gentleman that was working the ropes in the lock. I looked back at them ...