Florida (the big one):
And they rode off into the famous Key West sunset ...
Andy befriends another Snowball spawn.
One of Snowball's six-toed descendants at the Hemingway House.
The end of the line for US 1. We were sick of that road anyhow.
90 miles to Cuba? Why not?
A seven mile bridge? No sweat, says Patch.
The campsite at Long Key State Park. Right on the beach!
On the home stretch during our second-to-last day of biking.
Off to snorkel off Key Largo. Dig the tan lines.
Tracy and Marta, two of our Miami hosts.
Our pal Tracy shows off the Miami Zoo.
A nice way to cool off, but watch for the gators!
Patch and Andy check out Ft. Matanzas.
Our St. Augustine hosts and new pals Bob and Bonnie.
Patch discovers the ocean with his new friend Bonnie.
Our last state line. It was super hot that day.
As a final goodbye, Georgia gave us 3 miles of impossible to ride loose silt.
It was an unpleasant stroll. Perhaps a reroute is in order, ECGA?
A steam train demo in Savannah.
Left a good job in the city ...
A dolphin in Beaufort.
Kerry catching some stone crab.
Take that, gigantic state.
Patch's first boat ride (we think).
Ian, Patch's biggest fan.
Sunset at Kerr Lake sure is pretty.
Kerry sets up camp at our own private beach at Kerr Lake.
Another state bites the dust.
More streets almost named after Kerry.
Most of the Potters, our gracious DC hosts.
Patchonthegreenway.com takes the National Mall by storm.
A nice guy named Alex was into our project in Annapolis.
Kerry and Patch love the view from this bridge on the way to Baltimore.
Kay & Ed at the Whistle Stop Bike Shop. Thanks for all the goodies!
You ain't from around here, is you boy?
Kerry likes roads named after her.
Andy & (Dr.) Buc the Plunger like seeing their boys get along
Headed for Philly
Biking wears Patch out
Charlie, Andy and Patch on the D & R Canal towpath.
It's a rough life, going muddin'.
No kidding, says Kerry.
Along the Bronx greenway.
Jarrah and Robbyn who showed us some kindness on the trail. Thanks!
Go bikers go, says NYC.
Some photos taken by a Matthew Vinci, photographer for The Hour and Web site client of Andy's.
The midway point of a fun group ride with a bunch of our Yale pals.
Our first time actually on the East Coast Greenway. And with our new bikes, too. What a great experience.
Patch's job is definitely the hardest.
Here we are geared up and on a training ride to the beach. Check out the chub! Hopefully that'll be gone soon once we hit the trail.
Patch is training too!