Cue Sheet: NY/CT Line to New Haven

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer
The following cue sheet was created in August 2003 and reflects conditions existing then. Mileage shown is cumulative. 

Cue Sheet: Battery Park (NYC) to NY/CT Line

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer
The following cue sheet was created in February 2002 and reflects conditions existing then  

Bicycle Cue Sheets

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer

Sub-pages to this page are cue sheets describing bicycling routes.

Bicycling Across America

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer

My Family

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer

I am divorced and have five daughters and seven grandchildren

Hut-to-Hut Skiing in Colorado

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer

Kayaking the North Coast of Baffin Island

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer
I have biked across the continent and sailed across the Atlantic Ocean. Both of these trips were the fulfillment of long-held dreams, but there was nothing unique about either ─ many others have done them. One trip that I conceived, organized and led had never been attempted before, and to my knowledge has not been repeated.

Transportation Strategy

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer

The subpages to this page consist of various writings on subjects relating to transportation. They were written as the result of my service on the Coastal Corridor Transportation Investment Area (CCTIA), a committee that advised Greenwich's First Selectman on transportation issues and a bicycle advocacy organization, Greenwich Safe Cycling, that I organized and chaired until 2008.


Easter Island: A Metaphor?

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer
The following article was published in edited form as an Op-Ed piece in Greenwich Time, a newspaper serving Greenwich, CT.  * * * * *  

Sailing Across the Atlantic Ocean

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer
I grew up in Riverside, CT, close to Long Island Sound, and my friends and I spent much of the summers of our childhoods in small sailboats. Stepping onto a sailboat was entering a different yet changeable and much wider world. Changeable because wind, weather and tides combined to change in infinite ways the physical environment in which we sailed.

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