A journey through local music scenes in the American heartland as heard from a bicycle.

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Terre Haute, IN

Terre Haute, IN

Tue, Sep 28, 2010
Terre Haute, Indiana


Dear Southern Indiana,

Please pave your roads. I do not appreciate 10 miles of riding through loose gravel. You look just like Ohio, only your roads are unpaved. And your dogs keep chasing us. If you don't ease up on us soon I will post annoyed little micro-blogs all over the twitter machine and you'll never be able to recover from the mess of press I'll throw you in. Thanks to your unpaved roads we were unable to enjoy what I'm sure is a fine, quaint little town, Terre Haute. We finished riding too late, went straight to our host's, ate sloppy joe's, and went to bed. Maybe southern Indiana just wants to be left alone. So be it.


Sun setting on Indiana

In other news, we broke 1,000 miles today! We also found a bunch of strange abandoned stuff along side the road that we explored. It was rad. More to come on those explorations in this week's webisode. By the way...have you noticed our first week's webisode is now posted? Click on the green play button over Maryland and watch it...I suggest watching at least 5 times so you really get a feel for who we are.

Distance Biked - 60 miles

Distance Biked to Date - 1,029 miles