Friday, March 7, 2008

Drink up, fellas.

Worrywart sez: "Staying hydrated will keep you warm, and it's hard to know how much you're sweating when it's cool and dry out."

Here's something to cogitate on: If we add 8-12 (est.) miles to tomorrow's route, we can have a hot lunch in Cleburne. Or we can take the short route, carry extra food for all day and grab dinner in Meridian before getting to the Park.

I haven't ridden South of Cleburne State Park, but I'm pretty sure that after the Subway in Godley around mile 25, there's no kind of stores until maybe Morgan, possibly Meridian - which I know has some stores & restaurants

Caveat: Traffic can be pretty ugly in Cleburne on a Saturday.


See you tomorrow. Everybody good to go?

6 comments:

Tate said...

Not sure about adding the miles? And yes traffic, and bike anomisity run high in Cleburne on a Sat. If we use some county roads and stay on the west of Cleburne out near the airport we sill might find food and miss the traffic.

Due to all the water today, I've been to the head about 6 times sine 5am.....

David "Truman" Hill said...

This is what I'm talking about, cutting out Cleburne.

http://tinyurl.com/22ym8k

Tate said...

http://tinyurl.com/22ym8k isn't working....

David "Truman" Hill said...

try
http://tinyurl.com/2sbk5l

Tate said...

I don't see a better way if we aviod Cleburne and 377 to Grandburry, just gotta carry the food I guess. The next place would be Morgan, but that's 60+ miles from Benbrook.

David "Truman" Hill said...

Cleburne State park is a little over halfway on that route. It's a good place to stop, take a break and refill water bottles