|There was this "little" grave site|
There are three arches along the trail that are replicas of those that were there during the time that trail users were prohibited from bringing horses or horse drawn carriages onto the trail. In the 1880s this was a bikeway - before it was a rail. Bicycles were the recreational rage, and cheap transportation, for a couple of decades prior to 1900.
|Vickie and Gerry at the first arch|
|My boneshaker by the high wheel boneshaker|
|Interesting to see a marina with almost no boats|
|We were sure not to bring our glass animals|
|Now this is an ivy covered cottage|
|I have never seen a zipper door.|
Now a moment for my usual rant! Of all the cyclists we have seen, on and off the trail, there were very few (maybe 15%?) who were wearing helmets. I know too much about head injuries to think that not wearing a helmet is ok. I know there is some controversy about that fact, but until proven differently -- please all my loved ones -- wear a helmet when cycling.