Saturday, June 06, 2020

The Flat way to Greisers

Paul and I tried to ride the flattest route down to Geisers for coffee.
Which was 37 miles and 2,500 feet of climbing. That's pretty flat for this part of Connecticut.

After our snack we rode past the Gannin Farm and noticed they have two new calves. Then Paul showed me the house that he grew up in, which was across from one of the other Gannim's properties.

Something to remember the next time I am riding in Easton and need a bathroom. Silverman's Farm.

I stopped in at My Place and bought two pints of Walkin' the Dog from the new brewery in town and carried them home in my jersey pocket.

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