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SolarEclipseRoadTrip – Day 9 [Excursion into Iowa for the Ed Winkel Trail out of Sibley]

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Sunday, August 27, 2017: In my previous post I had already mentioned that we wanted to go to Iowa on that day, for Mary to get the about 7 miles she still lacked in that state. How it came about … Continue reading

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SolarEclipseRoadTrip – Day 8 [Sioux Falls/SD: Bicycling the Sioux Falls Bike Trails]

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Saturday, August 26, 2017: Well, as I said at the end of my previous posting: we didn’t stay in our motel room, but nearly immediately left again to drive to Falls Park and start our bicycling of the Sioux Falls … Continue reading

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RailTrailsRoadTrip – Day 7 [Old Chain of Rocks Bridge]

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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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RailTrailsRoadTrip – Day 7 [McKinley Bridge Bikeway]

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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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RailTrailsRoadTrip – Day 4 [Hot Springs Creek Greenway Trail, Hot Springs/AR]

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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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Southern Walnut Creek Trail

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Last Saturday we went to Austin for a ride on the Southern Walnut Creek Hike and Bike Trail, organized by the Trailblazer Society of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. This wonderful paved [concrete] trail mainly follows the courses of Boggy Creek and … Continue reading