I rode 45.7 miles today to Stuart. The temperature started out at a chilly 63, but made it all the way to 77! The breeze was still cold enough to warrant a jacket all day. I wasn’t alone, it looked like most of the natives and snow birds were bundled up as well. Here’s the map from today and pictures:
Avalon Beach State Park, Ft. Pierce Heyoka chilling and listening to the waves. A battle boat of some sort. The Navy Seals Museum Rob and Ness, newlyweds from England. They began their bicycle journey the same time they began their marriage. Going on 6 months now and they’ve covered a lot of Europe and are now biking around the US. I think they said their headed up and over to New Orleans. Nice folks. Here’s a link to their blog: wonderingnewlyweds.wordpress.com On one of many bridge crossings today, this one’s draw was drawn. The first time I’ve been stopped waiting on a boat to pass. It wasn’t even a very big boat. Pretty cool.
And here’s a movie of it dropping back down, if you’re interested:
This was a small group of guys riding on some overnights to get in shape for a Cuba biking tour. Hmm, maybe I’ll add that to my cycling wish list.
Here’s Charlotte from Chicago. Taking a painting holiday. She was painting a watercolor of the Indian River shoreline.
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