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My Last Photography Exhibition

I'm having my last photography exhibition at the Gryphon Café in Wayne, PA ( map ). It'll run from September 4 (Sunday) through October 1 (Saturday). Exhibition Postcard This exhibition is dedicated to my late Grandmother, who was also an artist. I will display one of her Chinese watercolor paintings in the café as a tribute to her. All photographs are for sale, from $0 to $1,000,000. Most photos range from $200 to $500. For more information about the $1,000,000 photograph, see here . The public opening reception is September 10 (Saturday) from 3 to 5 PM at the café. I will also be at the café from September 4 through September 16 in the morning from 8 AM to 12 noon for any questions or just to talk. For more info, see . Hope to see you there!

Day 87: Austin to Cold Springs Station

This morning, I had a ham and cheese omelette at the Toiyabe Cafe. After I came back to the motel room, I finished packing. Soon after, I started riding west on route 50.

It was downhill in the beginning, then some flat sections, then some inclines. The road had construction cones for about 24 miles. I guess they will be repaving the road. In any case, I was making good speed, about 15 mph.

(Riding on a section of newly paved road)

Around noon, I spotted Cold Springs Station restaurant on the left side of the road. I decided to grab some lunch. As I was eating my chicken sandwich someone interrupted me and told me my bike has a flat tire. I was curious because it didn’t have a flat when I first arrived at the restaurant.

(My third flat of the trip)

After my lunch, I took the tube out and found two holes on the rim side of the tube. Maybe the heat caused the tube to break. I was prepared with a replacement. After putting it on and inflating it with my CO2 canisters, I found the break pad was touching a part of the tire after I had put the wheel back on. I adjusted the break pad and everything works fine now.

It was almost 2 PM and I rode about 49 out of the 63 miles to Middlegate. The temperature was 93 degrees. Since the restaurant has a campground for only $10, including a shower, I decided to stay here for the day. I will have to ride 61 miles to Fallon tomorrow.

(Had two meals here. Will stay at the campsite behind this restaurant for the night)

I spent some time inside the restaurant watching TV. Soon I got bored, so I pitched my tent on the grassy area behind the restaurant. Then I took a shower.

Back at the restaurant, I had another burger for dinner and filled up my water bottles. I might get something else to eat since I’m still hungry. Not sure what else I’ll be doing afterward.