The video is here
I'm gonna start this off here in C&A, but will eventually move it to the newly active "Stories from the Road segment in Touring.
Here was our route out there: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=2855546
We made a little side trip to go to some interesting rock formations and a colony of Beavers, but the river was too high to be able to get to them. The worst part of the ride for the wife was at the last little bit, climbing Indian Hill. That's not tall, as hills go, even here in Indiana, but it's a 170 foot climb in less than 1'3 of a mile. Try that on a 52 pound recumbent trike with about another 20 pounds of gear on it.
Crazylady was so tired after Indian Hill, she literally needed a few minutes nap to finish out the last 1 1/2 miles.
I was tryng out the Nashbar Bob Clone I got,,, ad I actually rather like it. Once you're in motion, you literally cannot tell it's back there behind you. Make sure you stop somewhere you can lean the trailer and bike, though so you don't have to lay the bike over to save strain on the hitching system.
Well, 25 miles later, we arrived at the campground, and set up camp.
Earlena took a nap
Meanwhile, I set up the "kitchen to make Dinner. We had Freeze Dried Chili mac. 'Twas pretty good, too....CONTINUED.