Econo Lodge Richmond IN
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I had trouble remembering where we are at the moment. I also had trouble remembering which way out of the lift to turn.
So 75miles and it rained none stop but thats ok as you reach a point when you can't get any more wet and to be honest it was not cold when we were cycling. Only when stopped so had one SAG stop to sign in quickly then continued.
Cycled with Kettie, Ingun, PC and Doug all of the day. 4 people fell off due to rain and railroad tracks but ...
... and sat down in the restaurant at 3. The Tamales were delicious as well as the pork taco that I got. Peg liked the taste of the taco she snitched so much, she ordered her own.
We were going to take one of the scenic highways shown on our atlas on our way back, but it was raining so hard you could not see the nose of the truck. So we just took IN 70 back to Richmond.
I have to confess that I messed up where we are camping – we were ...
... set up to order the parts and we could pick them up at the factory and then pay the dealer. They gave us contact info and a friendly person set us up. When we got to the factory a very kind worker Marty Yoder looked the situation over and diagnosed that as Matt had that the slide was hanging up on the floor as it came in and up over the floor. He then went into his shop and came out with a small plastic wedge a foot long and ¼ high that he fitted under the rug ...
Traveling east from Peoria was quite uneventful. Fields and Fields and more fields. I stayed in a city park on the way across and found a sweet little waterfall in the morning before I left. Celina, Ohio borders St. Mary's lake on the West side and the town of St Marys is on the East end of the "Other Great Lake" and the St ...
... the bridge.
Again, seeing Antietam Creek and the steep banks on the Confederate side gave us a better understanding of why the troops didn’t ford the stream and why the bridge was so important.
The kids might have been getting a little “Civil War fatigue” as while they captured some of the history, they delighted more in running the trails and fields on a warmer day.
The significance ...