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... go figure. After lunch we rode bikes to see a chapel that was closed during our mornings bus trip. We are sailing again and about to go into one of the 26 locks. Showtime - a one women show tinged with Blues, Jazz and Soul. Sightings: Eagles, squirrels Saying of the day: A guide 'The town has two seasons - winter and road ...
... not get that far unfortunately and let me tell you that reversing a Harley back down an offramp is not fun and hard work to boot. Needless to say, eventually got some quarters, reprogrammed my GPS to avoid toll roads, headed off again and have not used my quarters yet. Personally hate using the interstate highways as I feel that you cannot get a sense for the country that you are riding through. Unfortunatly, as I had a late start today, did, had a lot of miles to cover ...
On our way home 702.5 miles today. Joked with Shane we should've tried for the iron butt (1,000). There is no way we left at 6am and did 11 hours in saddle. Good ride though not much traffic. Will get worse from here. In Wisconsin now not ...
... chirping in the trees and geese and ducks honking as they flew over the lake in formation. Cindy got up when I did, and promptly pulled a chair down to the lake to enjoy the morning. Because we were on the "only here for overnight" routine, we didn't have much packing up to do, so we both sat down and enjoyed our coffee while watching the sun rise over the lake.
Chris and Stephanie were not far behind us, and we pulled out of the campground only a few ...
11th-12th July A long day of traveling yesterday, we crossed the whole of Wisconsin. We drove to Milwaukee first to the Miller brewery where we had a tour, it was more about the history of Miller and their production capacity, than about beer making. We then drove to Madison, the state capital for lunch, it was a nice city, not very big, but with lots of independent shops and cafes. ...