TownePlace Suites Bloomington
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Early rise for breakfast and coffee and to finish packing and getting ready to leave. We race around as we were aiming to leave at 9am as the plan is to drive to Nashville for lunch, which was 5 hours away. We ended up leaving later around 9:45am as we got caught up transferring photos and having issues with computers. We got it all sorted and said our goodbyes, thank you's and took some last minute photos with ...
The Airline From Losing Your Luggage. Devotees of Rick Steves, whose illegitimate son Steve works in our office we swear to heavens, JR and I are attempting the 'one carry on and one backpack' approach to traveling this time. No checked bags for us; TJ made this same trip last summer and spent the first two of his three weeks with ...
... to the car around 4:30 PM. We rested, dehydrated, ate, and then took off for the last four miles. Its amazing how much easier it is to hike without all that extra weight on your back. I think we finished out the final 4 miles in a hour. We had Mexican afterwards.
Day 1 States: 42,253 steps, 18.36 total miles, ~4,290 calories burned, and 192 flights of stairs ...
We, Mitch didn't move from his sleeping bag until 7:30 AM, got up at 7:00 AM today but got a late start at around 8:45 AM. The weather was still a bit cold at 40
degrees. Mitch and I made breakfast and hit the trail with the sun and 15.86 miles to walk today.
We stopped about 4 miles in to sync up with Ryan. We had quite a bit of road/gravel road ...
... hike. We stopped at Bear Creek Lake for our lunch but found it too windy and cold to stay too long. The water their didn't look very appetizing so we decided to move ahead and find water elsewhere. The perfect resting and water fill creek was found at mark #7 on the Hoosier Hiking Councils map. We saw many other creeks that entire day but not as nice as this one.