The Gwynn’s Falls Trail is about 30 miles round trip from Federal Hill in South Baltimore to just outside Woodlawn, Md, in Baltimore country. From Paul’s house it adds about another half dozen miles each way. It’s a pretty even mix of street and trail riding, with most of the the street riding in the beginning and end, comming in and out of the city. This picture was taken just as we entered the trail section of the ride. We can’t really see the city skyline anymore, but there are symbols of our urban home still hidden throughout the forest.
Heartfelt thanks to Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion Restaurant in Baltimore for hosting Bike Free’s Send-Off Benefit Dinner on June 7, 2010! Thank you Rey Eugenio for the wonderful menu, the outstandingly delicious food, and the love with which it was prepared. Thank you, Bryson Keens, for your friendship and loyalty. You embrace ‘ohana in your heart and have shared it with us. We most humbly appreciate this gift. To Christene Minnick and all the staff at Roy’s, our friends and family, thank you all for celebrating with us and supporting Bike Free!
Traveling to Fort Wayne, having fun with PJ, Angela, Ava and James, and their human friends and furry friends, spending a great time with the Rotary Club of Fort Wayne, seeing the sights of the city, going to Riverfest, being featured on WANE-TV (CBS), and biking the Lincoln Highway with its beautiful farms and cornfields. Thank you, Indiana!
Thank you to Geoff & Maggie, the Rotary Club of Chicago, Barry Axler, David Phelps, USO Illinois, Tony Enrietto, Jeannie, Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion Restaurant – our ‘ohana in Chicago, Rhett, Charles, Ximena Beltran & the Chicago White Sox, and Jim Kozy & his crew at Kozy Cyclery. Chicago – our kind of town!