Wednesday, July 23, 2008

SUNRISE AT CLAY CITY
An early-morning ride among the corn and soil fields

I was greeted with a glorious sunrise during an early-morning ride near Clay City, Indiana. I drove west of Indianapolis yesterday for several days of activities at the Wabash Conference Free Methodist Family Camp (from one camp to another! 'Tis the season!). The road from Clay City to Shakamak State Park is lightly traveled and relatively flat--a good ride. It's about 14 miles to the park. A bit of a head wind slowed me down on the way back to Wabash Camp. I enjoyed the spare scenery and listened to Fernando Ortega instrumentals on my iPod. A good way to start any day, I'd say.

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