As I work on the C&O Canal Towpath Itinerary post a couple of things came to mind.
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- A couple of folks have been in touch asking me when I’ll work on blogging about my round trip ride this spring on the Natchez Trace Parkway from Nashville, Tennessee to Natchez, Mississippi and back. I apologize to those who were watching for that to happen. I have pretty much completed a crazyguyonabike journal for that ride with many of the photos I shot during the trip posted in it, but still plan to do some entries here concerning particular things that arose or came to mind while I was on the Trace. The Alaska road loop ride I took with my friend Anthony Daugherty this past June and then planning and preparations for the DC to KC ride that starts in two weeks…Two weeks? Urrrrgh! Anyway, in the meantime here is a [link] to the Natchez Trace Ride journal. And, while I’m at it, you can also visit if you are interested the journal of the Big Alaska Road Loop Ride [link] and last fall’s ride down the length of the Mississippi River from Lake Itasca, Minnesota to Venice, Louisiana on the delta out in the Gulf of Mexico [link] as well.
So thanks for bearing with me as I get things going here again. I plan to do my absolute best to update the blog on a more or less contemporaneous basis during this fall’s trip. Thanks for coming along for the ride.