Days Inn Lake Gaston
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Day 18 of 49 (Sep 25). Because we had a short drive yesterday, 180 miles, we elected to cook breakfast rather than have our usual driving day cereal and fruit. It was a beautiful day; temperatures just right, and it made leaving all the more sad. We said goodbye to the Yadkin River Valley and Forest Lake but before I close out this section of our travels, I thought I'd share a little more information. After our hike to the cemetery at ...
... throughout. The shoes...the shoes... They are the only pieces of gear that I used on all 3 major bike tours.
I wanted very much to finish the ride on one single front tire. It would have been so cool to make it home on such a holey, see-through, worn out one. But, daily blowouts got to be frustrating and I didn't want to put the tour at risk so it just had to go. The tire was so worn that all it took was ...
We went to several different spots around the lake and were catching all sorts of different fish.
Jeff was the first to catch a fish. Very fitting as he was the Captain for the day and then spent the rest of the day fixing up lines and re-attaching hooks after ...
We have been on the road for about a month by this point and we have settled into a pretty good rhythm with camper living whilst keeping a pretty fast pace. We have done about 3000 miles so far with maybe 9 or 10 thousand to go over the next four months . Our routine is often spending 2 or 3 nights per week in an RV park or state park, 2 or 3 in a Walmart, and one or two random eg. carpark, country roads etc. in short it would be nice ...
... Dad and I ate our first restaurant meal of the trip at the local Applebee's and we are ready for a good night's sleep. So far tonight it looks like we have a nice quiet spot.
Our schedule has been interrupted again this morning, call it technical difficulties, Heather explained exactly what happened in her blog above. My job was basically taking some photographs of ...