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Jun 17, 2011 - Day 3
Day 3. We rise early and eat a big breakfast of biscuits and gravy. Stacey fixes her hair in case somebody can see through her helmet. The weather was nice and cool around 70deg. The scenery was still a bit different as the mountains were now rolling hills. We went through a few battlefield areas and you could almost see the soldiers coming out into the fields to fight. Stacey must be getting more relaxed riding as she is beginning to listen to her songs and moving with the beat. I requested for her not to get to funky as the bike moves...Jump to full entry
Jul 8, 2009 - My baby is back!
Sunday, July 5: OK! Happy Birthday Jeff! Today started with a lucious breakfast by Laura and Pat. We chatted over coffee, then Jeff and I drove to DC to get my 23 stamps at the Washington Monument Bookstore. I did not feel that I cheated because I had obtained the original stamps while on a bike. (I was just duplicating the stamps from my original NP passport book). While Jeff and I went on this trip in Jeff’s car, Pat washed Jeff’s bike! Talk about being spoiled! Then we witnessed another event in the driveway. Pat takes really special...Jump to full entry
Jul 4, 2009 - Grounded Again, but it's not me..
Friday [7/03] We woke up to a beautiful day – 70 F and low humidity. We caught a little time on the beach and then packed up and checked out. T-CLOCK on the bikes was Ok, Moe’s front tire is still holding air. Left Kill Devil Hills in the late morning and headed to Yorktown NP for a stamp. It was so nice to ride without being drenched in sweat – the first time in 3 weeks. Then it was up Rt 17 to Waldorf to see Moe’s dead car at Mike’s Auto body. I didn’t recognize the name but once I got there, I realized I had my Mustang repaired here...Jump to full entry
Jul 4, 2009 - July 4: Another day, another dealer
Friday, July 3: I had a great last swim in the Atlantic Ocean this morning, knowing that the future visit to the North Atantic will not be swimmer friendly. The tires were all good, the oil levels were great, so we ventured north from Kill Devil Hills to Charles County, Maryland. The ride was lovely, not humid and nice roads with minimal traffic in Yorktown on Rt. 17. We did make a stop at the Yorktown National Park Visitor’s Center so I could get the Virginia stamp again.The rain held off until I we reached Waldorf. The rain was...Jump to full entry
Dec 13, 2005 - The BEST of the World Adventure!
Yes that's right, sporting our turbans, Thai fisherman pants, conical hats, tour de France shirts, and New Zealand woolen socks, we have strolled back to American culture ready for heated debates on Eastern vs. Western cultures! This has been the best experience in our lives, and really we can't thank you all enough for all of the emails and advice that kept us going! Realistically, we're still in a fog trying to sort through all the great experience we just had. For those of you that have seen us, we're sorry, but we are going through...Jump to full entry