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Day 95 The End (2957 Miles) (78 days Riding)

Tuesday October 29 2013 I slowly pedaled my way through Saint Augustine. I stopped to chat with the owner of a small shop who said he rode a unicycle as a kid. He was impressed with my machine, so I … Continue reading

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Day 94 On the Door Step of Saint Augustine

The day I began this journey on March 1st I rode 14.1 miles when my tire blew out and I experienced a dynamic UPD.  I hoped to ride at least 20 miles that day.  That 14.1 miles remained my shortest … Continue reading

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Day 93 The Cool Down Begins

Broke my first spoke on stage 2 today. I am getting close to the end of my ride so I am doing the prudent thing after any significant exercise.  I have started my cool down by tapering off my distance. … Continue reading

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Day 91Gainesville to Palatka

Last night we were fixing dinner in a park near Gainesville when a gathering of folks in the park came over to check out our rig. They were members of the Eastside Garden Club.  One of the members, Marshall McIrby … Continue reading

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Day 90 – Gainesville

Day 90.  When I started this adventure I arbitrarily guessed I should be able to ride across the country in about 90 days.  Now I am convinced I could have done it if the ride was not interrupted.  I was in … Continue reading

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Day 89 From Suwanne River State Park to Ichetucknee Springs State Park

Today was one of the best riding days on Stage 2.  It was 57 degrees when I started, and the average temperature for the ride was 70 degrees.  I had the breeze on my port or starboard quarter all day, so … Continue reading

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Day 87 East of Madison and the Suwannee River

Day 87 was hot and humid, and a little less overcast.  I said goodbye to US 90 today.  I will be on more back roads until I reach Gainesville.  Route US 90 was good to me. It provided smooth pavement … Continue reading

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