Super 8 Mt. Carmel Il
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... roll when I got to Carlyle which was about 40 miles into my day. I maintained about a 25 mph speed all day which piles on miles fast. Every once in a while I would encounter a few hills which seemed to never go downhill on the back side. I rode into Flora which is about 85 miles from where I started. We ate pizza which was a good late lunch for me and took off again. 23 miles after Flora I got to a town called Olney and got ...
... don’t get stuck. We’re in grass, but we’re at least right next to a gravel road which I hope we can get to before spinning our tires.
Just received a text from Carolyn that our book club is meeting this weekend. Saturday is John’s birthday (!!!) so we’re changing the meeting to Sunday. It’s been a few weeks since I read the book and I hope I remember enough about it (it’s Born on a Blue Day). Next month’s book is White ...
... Encephalitis vaccine and I decided not to go. The other day I was looking on the ISEP website and noticed that the Spring 2014 locations had opened up and immediately I started to wonder if there was a chance for me to go to UAE for the Spring 2014 semester. I went to the international office and told them I didn't want to go to Malaysia anymore and I was wondering if I could try to go ...
...And I haven't even left the country yet.
I came back to Evansville to spend some time with my parents today. No fancy flight around the world. Just a series of small connections slowly leading me from Stanford back to my pickup point at Owensboro, Kentucky's series of brick buildings it calls an airport.
And I never once thought that I would be flying in a plane so small that four aircraft could fit at a single normal-sized airport terminal. ...
... ride to Cave-In-Rock doable the next day. Since we are riding on state highways during the day we don't get a lot of interaction with other people until we stop, nor with each other for that matter and that is why now after three days of riding like this, I concur with Larry's analogy: it's as if we're in solitary confinement! With two or three exceptions, all of the drivers that pass us leave a lot of room and are courteous until today when a truck from ...