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So blogging getting difficult. I think all getting tired now. Must admit not sitting on a bike every day will be good! Here is the overview..
So t'was 77 miles (although added a few via scenic route)
Rained in am
Went through Amsterdam and Rotterdam..who knew!
Stopped at gas station and treated ourselves to milkshake. Tried the ones where you ...
... consisted of a lead guide, the paying group, and a following guide to make sure no one gets left behind. Alex and I, for the most part, stayed to the back, letting everyone else go ahead to stay out of our way. We had river stunts to pull and couldn't be bothered with amateurs getting in our way. With go pro in hand, I watch as Alex zips back and forth across the river, his kayak agility astounding, pulling 360's, paddling backwards, ...
... slope to ride. It should be fun, or at least entertaining. We have the rest of the trip pretty planned out, which is nice to look forward to after "chilling" for so long. I will leave those plans for the future blogs. Besides Alex randomly attacking me multiple times in the condo, we have maintained a low profile. One evening though, I looked out of my balcony door and saw a lady on her balcony across the way, on the wrong ...
... pretty comfortable (I'll provide photo proof later.)
Today I have to get new windshield wipers and a Penti card. Hopefully get some good gas rewards on this trip! (You know you're getting old when you're excited for GAS rewards...)
This trip includes many stops with lots of friends and family, so stay tuned!!
The fun begins promptly at 6 am.
"The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page." - St. Augustine
We traversed the last several locks from Schenectady, NY to the last lock in Troy, NY (called the "Federal Lock" as it is not part of the Erie Canal and is run by the U.S. Government). The last seven ...