Dave and Gerry's Trans-Am Charity Cycle

Dave, Gerry, Trans-American, Charity, Cycle, DDS4OP

Day 32 Newton to Sterling 61 miles


We hit the road today me with a new back wheel and Gerry with the start of a new moustache,I thought that Kansas was supposed to be flat and desert like but not this part,there were wheat farms but also very green areas with pine trees and long grass,almost tropical.In Buhler two ladies decided that Gerry needed a nice pare,so she gave him one , Todays cycle was very relaxed and we reached Sterling ,a nice small town where we are camping in the local park.No thunder storms forecast.


4 thoughts on “Day 32 Newton to Sterling 61 miles

  1. Eating up the miles lads……love the images keep them coming

    News from home ……….weather marvellous……….Boyne Cable bridge re-named after our dearest Mary McA….Drogheda Mayor refuses to attend ceremony……Enda, the big An T, is till in trouble with the auld abortion legislation…..

  2. Great group out this morning 18 looks like you are making great progress despite the problems. Keep it up

  3. Gerry certainly enjoying the Kansas hospitality, ha ha. you both seem to be getting along with the local well, you must have almost taken over Rebas place in Newton.great opportunity to see the countryside on the fire station tower. delighted it is all going wheel even having a problem with the bike was easily sorted by nice people.

  4. How lovely is the sun… Enjoy!

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