journey

September 11, 2015

Doug Hamlin Letter to the Post Standard

To the Editor: At Our Ability, Inc. we have been paying close attention to the discussion about paving the Erie Canal Trail in DeWitt and are eager to express our strong support for the project. Every summer, John Robinson and I lead the “Journey Along the Erie Canal” to raise funds and raise awareness for the abilities within everyone. The Journey is an adaptive bicycle ride covering the entire length of the Trail, 400 miles,
June 27, 2016

Prologue for Journey 2016 – #JourneytoWork

Day one was the opposite of last year. While it rained last year in Buffalo, today we had a beautiful sunny day leaving Canalside Park. We cycled the 14 miles along the Niagara River in the mouth of the Erie Canal with 15 people. As we approach the end, we realized how hot we will be in the next few days. Much like life, we had our obstacles. We had our first injury of the morning
June 28, 2016

New trails, new riders, new speed records. #JourneytoWork

By Doug Hamlin, Our Ability – see more on Facebook The second day of Journey 2016 was awesome! Senator Ortt, Kevin Kerins from the Canal Corp, Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled and Opportunities Unlimited were there to see us off and remind us just why we do this thing! High praise for the Canal Corporation for trail upgrades between Tonawanda and Lockport. We got to our lunch in Lockport is a record (for us) two
July 1, 2016

Day Four on the Journey Along the Erie Canal – #JourneytoWork

By Priscilla Maddock – Day 4 of the Journey: Fairport to Clyde – 35 miles. Another glorious day – blue skies and sunshine and low humidity! Our lunch stop was in Newark and lunch was provided by the Wayne County ARC – a delicious box lunch – a very kind thing for them to do. We experienced a bit of everything on the trail today – some smooth pavement and beautiful views of the canal,
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