Well.... wait for it.... back across the country from the Black Hills of South Dakota all the way to the Washington, DC area for the Adventure Cycling Association's C&O Canal / Great Allegheny Passage Tour. Boy I tell you we we've been doing so many jobs out west with low humidity that when we crossed the Mississippi we felt like we just entered a world of wet! Anyways we catered for the approximately 80 folks that rode up the path of the C&O Canal and Great Allegheny passage from Washington, DC all the way to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A fun trip that we've always enjoyed. In fact we got our mobile kitchen just so we could (and did) cater trips like this. Check out pics from the trip. No buffalo traffic jams this time.
After the Minnesota gig we once again headed across the country this time to the Black Hills of South Dakota to cater the Adventure Cycling Association's Black Hills tour. We provided breakfast, lunch, dinner, on the road snacks, as well as a beer and wine honor bar for approximately 80 people. The tour basically was a circle that started and ended in Rapid City, South Dakota. We stopped in such storied towns such as Deadwood, Hill City and Hot Springs. One other stop was in Custer State Park where we encountered one of the most unique issues we had encountered catering this year: a traffic jam caused by a herd of bison.
CI - C2C
Just a journal of the various jobs we do and interesting places we visit on our journeys across the US.