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OK, let’s continue here: RailTrailsRoadTrip – Tag 14 [Chief Standing Bear Trail, Nebraska] OK, dann geht es jetzt hier weiter: Basically, the Chief Standing Bear Trail was quite similar to the previous one and again led me through a very … Continue reading
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This morning I woke up quite early, even without having set an alarm: at 7 AM. Was it the fact that we wanted to do not one but two rail trails on that day? I don’t know. Anyway: I dressed … Continue reading
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As mentioned in my previous post, now it only remained to cross the Mississippi again, just as little as about 1 mile on the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge, to then meet Mary on the other, the Illinois side, where … Continue reading
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As I have already said in my previous posts about this day, I then, after the McKinley Bridge Bikeway, took the St. Louis Riverfront Trail under my wheels – not the whole trail, though, which begins at the Gateway Arch … Continue reading
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As said in my previous post about our RailTrailsRoadTrip we then drove to the beginning of the McKinley Bridge Bikeway, to cross the Mississippi by bicycle. RailTrailsRoadTrip – Tag 7 [McKinley Bridge Bikeway] Wie im vergangenen Bericht schon gesagt sind … Continue reading
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I’d call this the first “real” day of bicycling because we did 4 different trails in Illinois and Missouri, or at least parts of them [Madison County Transit Schoolhouse Trail, McKinley Bridge Bikeway, St. Louis Riverfront Trail und Old Chain … Continue reading
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After a good night’s sleep we woke up at around 7:30AM. As it was about one hour till breakfast, I brewed some coffee in our room. I wouldn’t have survived without, wouldn’t I? 😉 RailTrailsRoadTrip – Tag 4 [Hot Springs … Continue reading
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Now it’s really time for me to start writing about our bicycling, since that was one of the aims of our trip. The “Old Frisco Trail” from Poteau to Wister in eastern Oklahoma was the first on our list. Its … Continue reading