Monthly Archives: July 2008

Day 45: Henrietta to Liverpool NY

Distance: 96 Miles Climbing: 1875 Feet The forecasted thunderstorms never materialized, though the day was overcast from early in the ride. We spent most of the morning following the Erie Canal, and 20 miles on the bike path that runs … Continue reading

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Day 44: Niagara Falls to Henrietta NY

Distance: 83 Miles Climbing: 1820 Feet Another beautiful day, another great ride. Sunny, not much wind, and just a few rolling hills to get our legs warmed up for New England.  We saw our first Dunkin Donuts since June – … Continue reading

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Day 43: Niagara Falls NY

Our last day off. A good thing as we’ve been traveling for many weeks? Or a bad thing that this trip is just FLYING by? Can’t decide. Today was our 43rd day, and the 4th time we have been able … Continue reading

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Day 42: Brantford Ontario to Niagara Falls NY

Distance: 73 Miles Climbing:  1500 Feet We crossed back into the USA today, over the Rainbow Bridge at Niagra Falls ,NY. The ride was uneventful. Seventy-three miles and flat, with very nice weather. We passed a few new types of … Continue reading

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Day 41: London to Brantford Ontario

Distance: 66 Miles Climbing: 1300 Feet We left London at 8am, and got about 25 miles before the first thunderstorm hit. Our soggy friends on the Bon Ton Roulet can take a little comfort that we got rained on at … Continue reading

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Day 40: Port Huron MI to London Ontario

Distance: 82 Miles Climbing: 1400 Feet Today was a great illustration of why it’s good to attempt this kind of madness with a group. We crossed the bridge from Port Huron, MI to Sarnia, Ontario early this morning. ABB arranged … Continue reading

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Day 39: Birch Run to Port Huron MI

Distance: 90 Miles Climbing: 1200 Feet Today was uneventful. Great weather, flat road, little traffic, but with a new twist at the end. Ed Leisher, one of our little band, has a connection with a mentoring organization for at risk … Continue reading

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