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SnR UGRR Tour 2011 ~ July 13 Ride Day 28

Leaving Sara’s Campground.
I awoke to a beautiful sunrise on the lake.
Blogged a little until my battery ran down (there’s no quick access to power on the beach) and awoke the Youth Cyclists at 7am. 
Breakfast was of champions (because our cyclists are champs) but the fear of birds and their droppings ruled the morning. While getting ready for the day we fixed other cyclists’ bikes (a ReCYCLEry Mobile Repair Day). To show their gratitude they rode with us to the top of the hill outside the camp.
The ride was (another word for great) and 68*-73* . Fantastic! We crossed the New York state line today.
After I got in the van to start work the riders continued on. Bob moved at a comfortable 16 mph pace but even at that speed one delay puts you 1/4 mile behind. Soon, he was far ahead but the group continued on at their comfortable pace.  Suepinda, Ibn and I headed to the campground. We passed Bob waiting patiently for the rest of the group. While waiting, he attended a vintage car show and saw many cars.  He was in Bob heaven.
Last night was COLD. 

Spoke ‘n Revolutions Youth Cycling UGRR Tour 2011 ~ Visit the nation’s National Parks. 
 Let’s Move Outside!
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