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  1. John Robinson
    August 30, 2012 @ 9:18 am

    Dan, I’ll be following this. If you complete it, I will intro you to a close friend in Niagara Falls so that you can arrange to go with him and others on a bike ride next spring. These guys are pretty good, one has done this identical ride once per year for the past 25. It’s quite a simple route – you leave Niagara Falls (with your passport) and a few days later you get off your bike in…FLORIDA! I kid you not! Think you are too old for this? One of the riders next spring has done it many times, as well. He’s also biked on every continent except Antarctica. Oh, he’s 80 years old. Last time these guys did the ride, I was going to drive their chase car. Two days before the ride I broke my elbow. So, I may try again next spring. See you in Florida 🙂

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    • Embrace Niagara
      August 30, 2012 @ 11:57 am

      John, if this goes well I would lean towards trying the trip from Niagara to Montreal as my next one. Florida can wait a year or two. This is all assuming I survive this one!

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