Day Twenty One: Harpers Ferry to Washington, D.C.: End of the C&O canal, and the best day

So Dan may have glossed over the fact that our hotel in Harpers Ferry was outside of town on the highway...and getting there was a several mile uphill ride with water cascading down a culvert on a slanted shoulder with trucks going 75 mph just inches away. But anyway. We got up early and set … Continue reading Day Twenty One: Harpers Ferry to Washington, D.C.: End of the C&O canal, and the best day

Day Fourteen: Zanesville OH to Wheeling WV: So many hills, so much sun, so little time

Lisa: One of our “plan Bs” while biking is to rent a Uhaul truck when we need to leapfrog ahead to the next location. Uhauls come in various sizes that accommodate bikes, they are designed for one-way trips, and you can find Uhaul dealers and franchises in every city and many small towns. Last night … Continue reading Day Fourteen: Zanesville OH to Wheeling WV: So many hills, so much sun, so little time

Day Nine: Tippecanoe River to Peru IN: Trails and Cole Porter

We are very comfortably situated in The Cole Porter Inn tonight in Peru, Indiana, in the “Kiss Me Kate” suite, after a relatively brief fifty six mile ride here from a campground on the Tippecanoe River. Since it’s a holiday weekend lots of people were camping on the river — including our very friendly camping … Continue reading Day Nine: Tippecanoe River to Peru IN: Trails and Cole Porter