Biking in Vermont: The Numbers

One: Number of daughters bicycling with me in Vermontphoto

Two: Number of riders who accidently went into New York.

Three: Biking days thus far. One rainy. One windy. One perfect.

Four: Compass directions of glorious fall scenery.

Five: Main course options for first dinner.

Six: Total days of riding.

Seven: Friends with messed up travel plans. Flight in Chicago canceled. They’re tough, though. Rode in street clothes until luggage arrived.

Eight: Number of Bananagrams players.

Nine: Miles of the first leg today.

Ten: Varieties of chocolate purchased in Vergennes today.

15: Number of tiles for Bananagrams with six players.

20: Opinions among 12 friends of proper route and riding speed.

25: Miles ridden in rain first day.

39: Centimeter height of my saddle.

40: Number of miles in wind second day. Most of them on the proper route.

Zero: Number of times I was in the lead.

Memories being generated….Countless.

Rest stop today.

Rest stop today.

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