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From Riding in Circles by David Albert

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Bob Distelberg commented on I Know Why the Cows Stare and The Dogs Bark

Hi Dave. Just another concerned reader checking in. Hope you're ok.

1 day ago
Jacquie Gaudet commented on I Know Why the Cows Stare and The Dogs Bark

And another. You didn't end your page in Thomasville on a very positive note...

5 days ago
Jeanna & Kerry Smith commented on I Know Why the Cows Stare and The Dogs Bark

Another reader checking in - a little concerned about your absence from Cycle Blaze. We hope all is well.

5 days ago
Marylynn Webster commented on I Know Why the Cows Stare and The Dogs Bark

Hey Dave, checking to see you have not posted in a few days. OK?

5 days ago
Scott Anderson commented on I Know Why the Cows Stare and The Dogs Bark

Thanks for scoping out this state for us, David. It’s not a place that occurred to me to bicycle across before, and this gives Me some food for thought.

I hope it’s not a bad sign that it’s been three days since your last post!

1 week ago
Marylynn Webster commented on I Know Why the Cows Stare and The Dogs Bark

I don't have a need to visit Alabama, based on your experiences. Pray, Pedal, Repeat. I like that!

1 week ago
Marylynn Webster commented on Tuscaloosa and Moundville

Love hearing about the kindness and generosity of the people you meet

1 week ago
Rachael Anderson commented on I Know Why the Cows Stare and The Dogs Bark

You are very tough!! How do you make yourself keep going? I hope you found a place to sleep.

1 week ago
Bill Shaneyfelt commented on I Know Why the Cows Stare and The Dogs Bark

Ants!
I also learned "the hard way" about fire ants. And every sting develops into a pimple after a few days. They are invasive but, thankfully limited as to how far north they can go due to intolerance to cold. Barring some genetic adaptation, I should never need to deal with them here in Ohio.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_imported_fire_ant

1 week ago
David Albert replied to a comment by Jacquie Gaudet on Oops Google Did it Again...

Thanks Jacquie! I will check it out over the next couple days.

1 week ago
David Albert replied to a comment by Rachael Anderson on Oops Google Did it Again...

Thanks Rachael. I will check it out over the next couple days.

1 week ago
Rachael Anderson replied to a comment by Jacquie Gaudet on Oops Google Did it Again...

We also use ridewithgps using the cycling option, just be sure to zoom in and use the satellite option, if it puts you on a small road because it could be a gravel road. There also is a ridewithgps app to use for navigation. Sorry about your ordeals. No matter what you use for navigation you’ll always run into surprises.

1 week ago
Jacquie Gaudet commented on Oops Google Did it Again...

You might want to try RideWithGPS.com for route planning. It has its quirks too, but is better than Google for cycling routes. I checked, and it seems rwgps would have routed you on roads in that area--including the road parallel to the Richard Martin Trail.

1 week ago
Rachael Anderson commented on Mammoth Cave, a bust...

Sorry you couldn’t see the cave.

2 weeks ago
David Albert replied to a comment by Jacquie Gaudet on The Grand Ole RV Resort

Cool, thanks!

2 weeks ago