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... stories tall and has quite a lot of stores.
We left the shopping behind and went to the Indy Racetrack. We learned a little history about the place as we rode around the track. It began in 1909 as a place for car dealers in the area to test drive cars they were trying to sell. The race track is also referred to as the brickyard because after a couple years of using crushed rock they decided to cover the two and one half miles ...
... a few broken spokes and Marie had problems when shifting gears. It was great being able to relax and not bike for a bit.
We also decided to get rid of a lot of things, we were carrying way too much. I'm not sure how much I was carrying but I wasn't able to lift the back of my bicycle, but now I am able ...
... we know. The handbrake set up too had me baffled for a while. It is a foot pedal above the left foot rest. Countryside was mainly rural with plenty of healthy looking corn crops spaced between interstate service centres and the exits to major and minor towns such as Toledo, Cleveland among others. Stopped for a Maccas Quarter Pounder at a roadside service centre mid afternoon. Changed drivers to Steve, and continued on until we came to ...
Just entered Indiana . Almost 9pm, going to stop to eat, after an ill fated attempt to get KFC at a rest area... Only to find out Sbarro took the space .... Poppy was very disappointed to say the least. So, back to good old Cracker Barrel... Maybe.... Running out of time ...
... Eric told us our furnace had quit last Sunday but he got it fixed with help from Greg. Good kids!! Eric told us there was 10"-12" of snow forecast for this evening so we might want to head for home as soon as we land.
Andrew flew a liver from Lima to Cincinnati for a transplant. He said it made him feel good to do something like that, especially knowing how a transplant helped our friend Bucky.
We finally got off the ship, ...