Saturday, June 06, 2015

Tadpole Update: Reported to June 6th

John C. Anderson
Stroke Survivors Tattler
Rails to Trails Tour (aka RTT)
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Decpina, North Carolina
and back
(June 1st to September 29th)

Date        | Start           ✔︎ = DONE
June 1      | ✔︎ Albuquerque NM

Date        | Start           ✔︎ = DONE
June 2-11   | ✔︎ Cheyenne Mountain State Park, Colorado Springs
            | ✔︎ The Cottonwood Creek 4.7 miles
            | The Foothills Trail 6.6 miles
            | The New Santa Fe Regional Trail 20 miles
            | The Pikes Peak Greenway Trail 16 miles
            | The paved Shooks Run Trail  3.9 miles
            | The Sinton Trail 2.9 miles
            | The Templeton Gap Trail 4.4 miles

June 4th - "Rails to Trails Tour"
    We rode Cheyenne State Park we saw a dear. Cat & I meet bike club at Fieldhouse Brewing and there will be a group ride to our local world-class velodrome. Wow elevation played big part of our ride, 6000 ft we are used to 600 so climbing hill bit winded.... Cat told our story after ride, Gosoiety put on event! Allen from Angletech adaptive cycle brought range trike & bike was cool!! We meet Jeff Mosher with Sports Corp very nice guy, he will call newspaper our behave. We got back trailer Big hail storm 2" on ground.
-- Dan Zimmerman

June 2nd - "Rails to Trails Tour"
    We left Albuquerque New Mexico to Cheyenne State Park Colorado Springs 389 miles. Beautiful driving, we stop lunch at Blue Moon Cafe Zach try to beet is record gaming all day, Cat took a nap three hours in back seat, she's trooper. We set up trailer. Cheyenne State Park beautiful wow! Cat uncle Mike took us out for dinner.
-- Dan Zimmerman

June 1st - "Rails to Trails Tour"
   Cat , Zach & I did last min packing & everything is in place. I learned a lot last tour. Zach my son "in trainer" helper set up trailer & break down. I miss Josh, he working full time between college. Josh could set up trailer 10 min flat!! We left at 9:15am weather 91 degree heading to Albuquerque NM. New tires all truck & trailer. Lots steep grade pulling trailer, slow and steady, 8.2 mpg not bad 30 ft 3 trikes.
-- Dan Zimmerman

Map of USA - Rails to Trails Tour (aka RTT):

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