The temperature hovered around the 90 degree mark but was not a problem on the bike. It certainly didn't feel hot. There is really nothing new to say about this ride because it's a regular route and pretty much everything about the route has been blogged.
I am posting the Garmin link for those in the local bike community who may want to use the route for one of their own rides. It's a nice rural, very low traffic ride. From my lunch spot in Wareham center it's another easy 6 or 7 miles to the Cape Cod Canal. When I'm in a little better shape, I'll Garmin that ride on this blog. Stay tuned. For now though click HERE for today's ride.
There is a recovery of a very large cranberry bog in progress. It seems the bottom dropped out of the business for a few years but all indications are that the crop is once again very profitable around theses here parts.
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There is a very old sign in Rochester, Ma center that probably dates back to the 40's or 50's. It's pretty unique and also well maintained by the town. It's a milage and direction to various cities and towns on what once was the main route before the super highways. Water for the horses or radiators was also available. Not now though. The pump is locked
Rest stop at the Rochester Ma. Library.