Greeting from Pittsburgh, where there seems to be Penguin fever.
DHR traveled 62 miles yesterday for a total of 728 miles since leaving Boston.
The forecast was for cool temperatures in the AM and then warming up to mid 70’s during the afternoon. It must be one of those once in seven year situations with large swarms of cicadas. Most alarming was getting one stuck in the strap of my helmet. That loud pitched sound two inches from my ear sound like a freightening angry alien.
We traveled mostly along the flat (< 1% grade) and scenic Great Allegheny Passage (AKA the GAP) which parallels the Youghiogheny River. We also met and honored some extraordinary fathers again today,
It was a relatively easy day with near perfect riding conditions capped off by dinner at the Fuel & Fuddle Restaurant.
If you’re looking for a Father’s Day gift, please consider a Great Dad Coin as well as purchasing a copy of my new book entitled 21st Century Dads: A Father’s Journey To Break The Cycle Of Father Absence, available on Amazon. Here’s the link. As a reminder, all the proceeds go to charity.
We’re off to Austintown, OH today.
Thanks again. Make it a great day!!!