Avg Speed: 18.2 mph
Avg Heart Rate: 122 bpm
Climbing: 1,558 ft
Calories Burned: 1,867 (so says my Garmin ... it's higher!)
Last leg of trip ... very humid ... a few rollers ... feeling good ... Rochester ... 6 days to go
Today' route and map -- http://connect.garmin.com/activity/43050939
One last picture from Niagara Falls ... I was a little pooped after eating ice cream. Now that's what I call a rest day.
|Sweet Dreams Mark ... Nice Tan Lines|
|Leo's Legacy ... Change and Renewal|
|Other Refuge Inhabitants|
|Another Dragonfly ... Leo Must Have Been Nearby|
|Classic Red Barn With Advertising ... Great Weathered Look|
|Another Barn Style Along The Route ... I Prefer the Red Ones|
|The Long and Not So Winding Road|
The rolling terrain continued after the SAG. I slowed a little, but still was in a good zone. The route took us on the south side of Rochester to Scottsville and into Henrietta. Rochester is all about Eastman Kodak and the home of the University of Rochester (hello Michael), and the Rochester Institute of Technology (hello Bruce!). Several neat houses lined the route ... Karen would like them.
|Eastman Kodak Photography Museum|
|Rochester Institute of Technology|
|University of Rochester|
|Scottsville Had Some Neat Houses|
|Another Great House in Scottsville ... Let's Buy This One Karen|
After unloading the luggage, Dave and I relaxed in the room and watched "The Great Escape". So many great old actors in their youth. A quick thunderstorm blew in on the way to dinner at the Pizza Hut ... luckily we were in the van. A quiet evening emailing, blogging, and talking with the girls. We head to just outside Syracuse tomorrow (Liverpool). Our last 90+ mile day. Humidity is expected to stick around.
Good night moon ... good night humidity ... good night dragonflies ... good night RIT ... good night U of R ... good night beach goers (11:30 on 8/9 at Wallis Sands Beach)