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From Two Far 2018 - Trailing through the Rust Belt by Jeanna & Kerry Smith & Alain Abbate

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Jeanna & Kerry Smith replied to a comment by Ken Gass on No rest for the wicked

We enjoyed our brief stay at Turkey Run. We were sorry that circumstances prevented our having a second day there. We'd like to go back sometime.

1 year ago
Ken Gass commented on No rest for the wicked

Thanks for saying good things about my Indiana home country, Greencastle/Putnam County. Turkey Run & the Shades were my my local parks!

1 year ago
Boris Fayfer commented on a photo in Be careful what you wish for.

The droppings produced by turkey vultures and other vultures can harm or kill trees and other vegetation.[ Paulik, Laurie (2007-08-06). "Vultures". AgNIC Wildlife Damage Management Web. Archived from the original on 2007-08-04. Retrieved 2007-10-15.]

1 year ago
Boris Fayfer commented on a photo in Sculptures

Quick- which manufacture makes bumblebee?

1 year ago
Nicholas Smith commented on a photo in A taste of Buffalo

Sorry I missed this post when it was originally posted. I lived about 40 min southeast from here but would drive up for work and fun some times. Dunkirk is near the "college town" of Fredonia.

That dormant power plant in the background was a big piece of controversy in the area (the "NRG" plant in Dunkirk).

Of no controversy (but didn't go anywhere either lol) was the date I had here (there are a couple restaurants and places you can walk around the lake front here).

1 year ago
Boris Fayfer commented on a photo in Pop trees

Manure agitation equipment
It’s estimated that cows, along with the process of milking, produce 20 gallons of manure and 10 gallons of water per cow per day. Add this up and consider the need for six months of storage plus extra storage for a 25-year, 24-hour storm event. When you multiply this across the herd, it’s easy to see where the need for larger lagoons comes in.

1 year ago
Jeanna & Kerry Smith commented on Post mortem

We counted 4512. I see it on the journal home page on the picture of us across the Mississippi River

1 year ago
Jeanna & Kerry Smith replied to a comment by Jacques Charron on Day 99 Columbus, OH

Thanks, Jacques.

1 year ago
Dave Cardarella commented on Post mortem

Hi Jeanna,

What was your total mileage? I just don't see anywhere where cycleblaze displays that.

Dave

1 year ago
Jacques Charron commented on Day 99 Columbus, OH

Congratulations to all of you!
You did it again!
This is super 👍
And other amasing biking accomplishment
Cheers 🥂

1 year ago
Jeanna & Kerry Smith replied to a comment by Rich McKay on Day 99 Columbus, OH

I'm not sure - that day hasn't come yet!

1 year ago
Alain Abbate replied to a comment by Mike Ayling on a photo in Coming apart at the seams.

Mike,
Thanks for your advice. We have been very happy with the Ortlieb panniers we got based on your recommendation. They're waterproof, sturdy and very easy to put on and take off.
Alain

1 year ago
Boris Fayfer commented on a photo in Competing with the canal.

Most time I am not crazy for gilled mushrooms, this one I will not eat raw, but will take after serious frying

1 year ago
Rich McKay commented on Day 99 Columbus, OH

So... how many days does it take to recover from a tour like this before you're ready to get your bike back out and go for a ride?

1 year ago
Bill Shaneyfelt replied to a comment by Alain Abbate on The center

Thanks for the good words! I've enjoyed tagging along after finding this journal.

1 year ago