I rode around the edge of Gardner and stopped to take pictures of a couple cool, old houses. The brick one has been made into a funeral home.
Then outside of town is a little municipal airport. On the other end of town is a shiny new airport called New Century, but I like the old one better.
On the way to Edgerton there's a nursery with a lot of nice looking stuff, including, narrow trees.
I do enjoy reminders that we're pretty new to this land and some of those who precede us took a lot longer to make this trip than I did.
He flew off before I could get a picture of him at the shoreline, but the branch sticking out of the water at the far right is actually a heron.
This shot is of main street in Wellsville, cobblestones and all.
I stopped for a rest and a snack in the city park, and shot this picture of the water tower.
Now, I have to get up and see if I can walk in the morning. Assuming that's a go, can I get back on the bike, do another decent length ride, and feel like I'm ready to do it again the next day? I'm so looking forward to Colorado. If you've never done a week-long tour, one of the things that makes them great is this: everyday, all you have to worry about is eating and riding your bike, two of my favorite things!