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From Fergus Falls, we picked up the Central Lakes Bike Trail which we’ll follow for the next 100 miles or so. It was beautiful! It follows the old railroad line, so there are no real hills. After a couple of miles, we saw a great big turtle on the edge of the trail! Stopped to take pictures, of course, but Becca warned us not to get to close, as it could be a snapping turtle. Very cool!
Rain started again before long, but not too ...
... got harder. The winds picked up more. We stopped for a short break about 12 miles from Barnesville, not even sitting down, just leaning our bikes together and standing as we ate and drank. It felt good to be off the bike seat. I generally have little discomfort on my bike seat, but this year it’s been increasingly uncomfortable – muscle pain, not bone pain. And the guys were also hurting. For the last 6 miles, it was just put your head down ...
... in a couple hours to take over staff duties. So we said good-bye to our good friends – they were so wonderful on this trip, and we’re glad they got to share it with us.
Ate dinner, rested a bit, and the kids pulled up a little after 7. There was no peace and quiet after that! But it is so wonderful to have them here – we haven’t seen Haydynne or Sammi since last summer. They quickly got the tent ...
Traveled to Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. We are staying overnight at Forest Hills RV Resort. The resort is located on a nice golf course. Unfortunately, the golf course is maintained with Toro and Jack equipment.
On our way to Detroit Lakes, we explored some of Minnesota's 10,000 lakes. We seen a lot of water fowl but that was really the extent of wildlife we encountered.
Chilled out the rest of the day.
Chuck and Sheila Noel ...
... encouragement to you. Thanks again,
- Mike and Kelsey"
That was it. I put the note and the gift card in an envelope, sealed it, and left it on the desk. With that, we left, never to return to North Dakota again (at least that we can see). There are always people who need encouragement, and we might not always even meet them. Random acts of generosity might just be what it takes to get out of a giving ...