Erie Canal

July 6, 2014

Day 7 – #Journey2014 is at 194 Miles

Genesis 2:2 – “…He (in this case we) rested on the seventh day.” Week one is complete, and it has been all that we had hoped for and more. I cannot recap the whole week, but I’d like to observe a few things that are much different than last year. This has been an extremely emotional week for us. While last year had emotional ups and downs, this year has been even more powerful for
July 3, 2015

Day 6 – Wayne County ARC, Trail of Hope and Flat Tire!

Day 6 – 140 miles in to Journey! Yesterday, we bicycled from Fairport to Clyde. Originally we were going to stop in Lyons New York home of the Trail of Hope, our friend Mark to DeCracker, Bob Stopper and where we started our boat journey two years ago. Before we bicycle to Lyons, we left Fairport with our good friend Tracy Crosby. Tracy works at the Wayne County ARC. Wayne was and continues to be
July 4, 2015

The Three “L’s” – Guest Bloggers

Leah: What an awesome experience once again. I joined Our Ability last year for 2 days on their bike journey and was thrilled to join them again in the Syracuse area for 2015. I am inspired by the perseverance that John and Doug show every day. This trip really shows how planning and pushing pays off with a great agenda and lofty goal. I saw some beautiful places in New York – Fairport, Pittsford and
July 9, 2015

Journey Wednesday Blog by Andrea Robinson

Erie Canal Wednesday What a great day to be on the Erie Canal. We started off in little falls and rode to Amsterdam. I enjoyed looking at signs today and was pleased to see a cow, horse and buggy, tractor and bicycle sign. We didn’t have any events so we were on our own to enjoy the sights at a leisurely pace. Pam and I stopped at the 1796 Indian Castle Church which was very
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