8/20/20 – The Final Four The evening of August 19thwe pulled into the campsite near the town of Rockford in Northern Illinois. It had been a long drive so I elected to wait till the next morning to do my biking.
Biker Joe Biden A few days ago as the nation eagerly awaited the announcement of Joe Biden’s nominee for Vice-President I happened to see a familiar scene on the evening news. Reporters were gathered at a biking trailhead in Wilmington,
8/17/20 – Three state sweep By now, after two months on the road, Judy has gotten quite good at plotting an efficient course for us. She booked us into a KOA Campground in Angola, Indiana, twelve miles from the Ohio
8/14/20 – All work and some play I love the expression, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” I used it once on my dad when I brought home an 8thgrade report card with straight “D’s.” I kind of went
8/13/20 – Sunride Takes a Spill in Vermont Mid-day I rode on both sides of the Connecticut River dividing New Hampshire and Vermont. I stopped at a Cambodian restaurant for a light take-out lunch, put Sunride up on the center
8/7/20 – Massachusetts to Maine Judy dropped me and Sunride in Salisbury, Massachusetts, the northeast corner of the State. We were told because of the high number of Covid cases some states, like Vermont, weren’t admitting travelers from The Bay
8/4/20 – Chased by a Hurricane We left New York as early as we could the day Hurricane Isaias was to hit. We gathered our things, hooked up the trailer, and were out of there in a New York minute.
8/3/20 – New York, NY What a city! The first time I came here in 1971 thick clouds covered the city and only the top of the Empire State Building could be seen. When we arrived yesterday, it was clear
8/1/20 – Brotherly Love and the New “Jersey Girls” Last night we arrived on the outskirts of Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, one of the great colonial cities of early America and a great business center today. My nephew-in-law,