Another transport day to Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania.
It wasn't going to be a long day so I picked a couple of points out along the Ohio River to make it a bit more scenic.
First off a short fast run up I77 until we reached the river then followed it through Weeling, West Virginia. Yep, sang the song in my head.
And yep the Olivia Newton-John song about the Banks of the Ohio also circulated my brain.
|Lots of industry along the river|
|There were power stations|
|And the coal barges to feed them|
|Some small towns had very rough streets|
|Even three-to-a-bike transport|
Eventually we made our way to Cranberry Township which is just north of Pittsburgh. Cranberry is a huge place itself, sprawling over the hills. All quite modern.
Settled in to our digs, we went over to the meeting place for the IBR to find our aussie mates.
We spent the rest of the afternoon looking at the bikes, catching up and dodging storms.
|Happy to be here and raring to go|
More IBR stuff tomorrow.