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    Here's a postcard I found, dated 1964, from Victory Drive in Craig, Colorado. This was part of US Highway 40, our Victory Highway.
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    As the safety and health are top priority of all of our members and their riders, the Board of Directors has decided to not hold the annual V2V relay in 2020. I, along with most, are disappointed. The complexity of this event, passing through many states, and the individual area guidelines for the pandemic, complicates the planning. I would like to make a somewhat virtual V2V. If members will send pictures to me, with specific location details, from along the normal V2V route, I hope to post a collage for each leg. Of course with lots of help and support of the members. I look forward to 2021.
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    I have hundreds ggnuts - here's a few 🙂
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    There used to be an Optical shop on one of the corner called "Victory Vision". I'll have to see if I can find the pic I took...😎 Found it 2014 V2V!!!!
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    11 AM lunch / BS session...😎
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    I believe this is a wise decision.
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    We took 7 days to ride this 1168 miles (1879kms) riding it clockwise to first see the Charlotte Genessee Lighthouse Museum in Rochester, NY which is the oldest surviving lighthouse on Lake Ontario. The worlds largest six pack of Labbats Blue beer was an attraction we rode to and stopped at breifly for a pic in Buffalo. The Erie Maritime Museum was a great place to visit with lots of very interesting exhibits and since we were there the Bicentennial Tower offered some nice views of Presque Isle Bay and Lake Erie. Rode on to Huron, OH and stopped by the Marblehead lighthouse on the way to Put In Bay. It's worth leaving the bikes and taking the ferry to Put in Bay where once on the Island you can rent a golf cart and tour the entire island. There are shops, restaurants, etc and it is also where you will find Perry's Monument which is a 372 ft tower that commemorates the Battle of Lake Erie. Rode on to Sandusky to check out the Merry Go Round Museum, the highlight was seeing a fella hand painting one of the horses to be used on a merry go round. Nice ride along Lake Erie to Taylor, MI rest of the ride for us back to Ontario was all highway without any more attractions. Lake Ontario-Erie for the VMC.gpx
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    This is the route that has the best of everything and the most beautiful views of the grandest of the 5 great lakes. We clocked 2,137 miles round trip, taking 7 days to enjoy this trip but could have taken longer as there is so much to see. We broke up our days riding to average 300 miles so we had time to take in some sights along the way. Point Iroquois Lighthouse at the entry to St Mary's River boasts a nice view of Lake Superior and Tahquamenon Falls were a beautiful spot for a break. Gooseberry Falls State Park has more outstanding waterfalls and breathtaking scenery on the north shore of the lake. The Terry Fox Monument in Thunder Bay is nicely done and there is a lookout there as well. Aquasabon Gorge in Terrace Bay, ON is worth seeing as is Young's General Store in Wawa, ON where they have something for everyone. Our final day of riding took us to the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre an interesting place for any age. Lake Superior for the VMC.gpx
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    A decision was made regarding the V2V on Wednesday May 13. Stay tuned for an announcement from Vivian Hardin, Chairperson.
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    Due to the COVID 19 situation the 2020 Run For The Wall has been CANCELLED...😩
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