Into the barn
Throw down some fresh hay, he's in for the night.
Watch your plate, he's on the the make.
Hatching a plan to get that Hetchins?
Day Two begins
The bike jitney arrives.
At the Charlotte-Essex ferry, with the Adirondacks in the distance
The weather in NY looks good.
Looking back toward the Green Mountains
Back on the road in Essex, NY
Long hills, few gears
The view at the top
Dan, Glenn, and Carol note ominous crack emitted from nearby tree. Bob and Elton continue to talk bikes.
Unlike the last house we passed, the gnome on this porch is fully clothed.
First those on hub gears yield, later some on more modern gears will join in the sociable stroll.
1938 Hetchins Brilliant
1970s Mel Pinto (Urago) tandem and 1948 RRA
Thunder and lightning bring a hasty end to lunch.
1959 Mercian KoM and 1967 Hetchins Vade Mecum
The ladies were amused by this
Sometimes they do make 'em like they used to.
Day Three - swallow's eye view from the barn. 1898 Orient with shaft-drive, 1934 Raleigh RRA.
One of Davis's drawings
Burlington bike family
No New England Section run is complete without a path in the woods.
Mary leads the way to the Intervale, and my battery fades.