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... the storage locker in which it was stored washed up on an island off the British Columbia coast a year later. A Canadian beachcomber found the locker and the bike was still inside. It took almost a month before he could get the help he needed to do the salvage work and by then the locker had been washed away but the bike lay on the beach half covered in sand. The original Japanese owner was tracked down from ...
... Being a Sunday we drove into the city and found a parking spot near to the river which has a walk on both sides. There are also sculptures along the walk, including the most photographghed spot in Milwaukee which is a statue of the Fonz. We watched the small pleasure boats going through the raised bridges and had a beer and mojito at a micro brewery.
Off to find a camp spot and ended up at the State fairgrounds. Today was the last day of a huge music festival called Summerset.
... Iowa was more of a swim then a bike ride. Very heavy rains but the winds remained a head of me - at a gas stop before Des Moines - I heard that a tornado was sighted near Des Moines ( I was about 50 miles west of Des Moines at that point). When I got near Iowa city the rain was so strong and consistent that I pulled off and hung out at a McDonalds and watched the weather channel with a number of cars who also pulled off. I sat at the McD's ...
... make a mini ride last year after the “Cajun Parrot”. Last October I went across lake Michigan via the Ferry (it’s a wet ride without the ferry assist J) headed back over to The Port Huron bridge in Eastern Michigan (I went this way on 2012 “Forgotten Northeast ride”) and rode across southern Ontario to Buffalo, NY then road down to Syracuse (Kittyhoynes -Irish Pub 8.5 on the Scale- Awesome) through the Catskills and into NY City and on ...
A work in progress, but one being carried with so much enthusiasm and positive energy there is little doubt the program will continue to evolve and find its way to continuing to serve the people of La Montagne.
I look forward to returning to La Montagne next month at the end of September to see what progress has been made and to continue to share ideas with and even more so, to learn from CEL and ...