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Lesson from Cycling: Drafting

Drafting is a strategy where two or more cyclists line up in such a way as to provide a greater efficiency in the ride. The lead cyclist provides an air stream draft for the others which can, according to some estimates, provide up to 30% greater efficiency. 237 more words

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Day 59/60: Decompression...

On the flight home the guy next to me asked, “How are you going to decompress from this experience?” I had not really thought about it. 387 more words

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Day 57/58: Halifax and Home Sweet Home

The “Cruise” to Nova Scotia, Sydney Terminal from Newfoundland docked at about 9:30 am. Timo and I had a beautiful sunny day to drive into Halifax to return the RV. 317 more words

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Day 56: St. John’s to Argentia Ferry

Our day started with final packing and a bit more cleaning of the RV. Timo and I dropped Richard and Rob’s bikes off at the airport. 186 more words

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Day 55: St. John’s to Cape Spear 20 km

We woke up early by habit even though we were not riding today. We did some laundry and got ready to do a presentation at the Worship Center. 339 more words

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Day 54: Goobies to St. John’s 168 km

Sunshine, wind at our backs and gentle hills… That was the mental picture I had of our last day into St. John’s. Sometimes reality and our hopes do not line up! 327 more words

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Day 52: Springdale to Gander 183 km

We hit the road a bit late, 7:30 am because we slept in till 6. For the second day in a row we got our first 60 km in before the rain started. 222 more words

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