|Peter escorted Roger and Dana to the bridge|
For the ride from the red barn to Ashoken Center, I gave up my seat on the tandem to Dana. I came along afterwards with the girls and the luggage.
|The packs got a lift to Ashoken|
That turned out to be a good thing, because the route that Roger and Dana took had some very steep sections, and they were able to climb them unencumbered with the panniers. Of course, that means that she didn't really get the full touring experience, but I was so happy for the extra time with Linda and the girls had to be pried out of the barn anyway, so all was well.
|Phebee with Serena's doll house|
|Trying to figure out the selfie command|
Because it is here, and because we really needed a little break, and because Roger's sister, Lyn, and his half-sister Lisa and her family are all nearby, we figured why not get Dana and the girls out here also? Roger's niece Ruthy and her family are nearby, so we were able to get the whole dang crew (minus two hard-working dads) into one frame for the first-ever extended family photo of the clan.
So we got Jay and Molly, and Ruthy and her kids Will and Opal, and Lyn, and Lisa and John with their kids Kelemua and Wondu, and Dana and Phebee and Violette, and me and Roger, and the photographer did a great job, don't you think?
|Serena, Linda and Kathy|
The day's report: Hudson to Ashokan, 44 miles/5376 miles to date
|And here we all are! Molly and Jay, Lyn, John and Lisa, Kathy and Roger|
Violette, Will, Opal, Phebee
Dana, Ruthy, Kelemua and Wondu