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Go time to ride north from NYC

After spending the night in Bridgeport Ct we rode out In the morning when the the rain had subsided. The rain had cooled the air and surrounded us with earthy fragrance. Patrick was leading and his head started rhythmically moving as he jumped on his pedals. I tucked in behind him, took a deep breath, revved up to match his cadence, and we started to fly down the road. An analogy to this feeling is when you are dancing to a great song with your body and spirit connecting in the joy of life! We rode about 65 miles of coast line and rolling hills on the inland roads and found a wonderful bed and breakfast Inn to spend the night . The care and attention to details to create a warm, inviting New England home was welcoming. After a delightful dinner at a nearby French bistro we slept well. Riding east we continued our connection with the New England countryside. The stone walls of the area were created out of necessity to clear the fields of stones. We stopped for lunch on a nearby beach and enjoyed the autumn sun. With 2+ weeks of traveling are bodies are seasoned and we are comfortable with our progress and more relaxed. Patrick and I feel so fortunate to have this opportunity to explore the length of the East Coast and it’s diversity.
May the wind be at your back!