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Monthly Archives: February 2014
But we’ll be taking a little breather for a day (after today’s ride) and will catch up! My iPhone is frozen, so I’m panicking about losing all the photos… So there’s that to get fixed as well. But soon, very … Continue reading
Our friends Marcia and Bob very kindly offer us their lovely Palm Beach apartment as a place to stop, relax, do laundry, and mentally prepare to continue up the coast on Florida’s mostly busy roads. I’ve never been to Palm … Continue reading
I am going to set aside any ire I might be feeling about the fact that Genius – Mr. Math – just added 25% to this trip. I am going to tell you the same story you just read. But … Continue reading
We’ve just biked along Faulkner St. And as you might imagine, I’m finding the writer beginning to emerge, or maybe just the need to start making some confessions Southern style. So you find yourself with the need to bike through … Continue reading
The ride to Miami will take us through Homestead, Florida. All we know about Homestead is that it was hit in 1992 by Hurricane Andrew. The media was full of footage of devastated neighborhoods, especially trailer parks and other less … Continue reading
Long-distance biking has a balance component to it. Well, really, all biking has a balance component to it, because you perch yourself on a straight line in the ground and move forward from there. But add to that the panniers … Continue reading
In the interest of full disclosure, I should point out that I made the reservation. I looked online, balanced what we knew about where we needed to ride against what we wanted to pay and what services we might need … Continue reading
Blue Heaven in Key West – Thanks Larry & Linda! Louie’s Backyard in Key West (thanks Howard & Jan!) So far, we’re mostly avoiding rain. But – as you can see – just barely!
The ride from Marathon to Key Largo is much the same, biking conditions-wise, as Day One, because the Keys are connected by a single narrow strip of road interrupted only by bridges. It turns out that the rock that lies … Continue reading
Clothing (often the same as the day before!), shoes, helmet. Yup.