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... to 7mph from the heat. Yesterday I got a flat tire which took 30 minutes to change on a fully loaded bike in the heat and then I had to stop at a bike shop today for another tube. A broken spot could cost at least an hour. A mile after leaving the bike shop my breaks started making a funny noise, but I could lose the time going back to deal with it because being on the road after dark is deadly. Today a huge yellow jacket flew onto my bike and I dropped the bike. Then I spent ...
... hundreds of miles of trails, stone guard walls at the overlooks, fire roads, picnic grounds etc. Shenandoah was the first national park in the East and as it is less than 100 miles from Washington DC the position of the first Eastern National Park was strategically placed for credits for the President. Our next planned stop was Leesburg in Virginia but we certainly had to stop before then. Travelling along the freeway at about 60 miles an hour (the speed ...
... Cynthia was driving home so we spent time with Denis eating chips and really good and spicy salsa while talking about this and that. He showed us some old pictures of Zachary that were absolutely adorable and then Cynthia showed up. It was so great to see them both healthy and happy. Unfortunately we couldn't stay long because we were already set back a bit with our driving time; you see we were on our way to a Despina dinner and wanted to make it in ...
... on the trail, while Elk finally declared he was hungry and wanted to turn back immediately. Then we slogged back up the trail, with BTV complaining about his feet hurting, and Elk yelling from ahead that we needed to hurry up he was HUNGRY. Fortunately A-lope was nearly done with the stew and corn bread so the grumping did not have to last long. Blue clouds arrived just after dinner, so Grizz and the boys took a bike ride ...
... of the Blue Ridge mountains and the Shenadoah Valley, places I've heard about, and sung about, but never seen before. The Shenandoah Valley was dotted with cow pastures, and the cows had the gall to stand right next to the road, frustrating Lily no end. She was quite vocal about her displeasure with my refusal to stop.
So it looks like tomorrow will see the end of this journey, as I head up the Turnpike for a long days drive...home.