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Goof grief—Bryon’s been at this for four years; Lee and Jake Schoenbeck managed to shoot full rounds of golf at every course in the state in one extended summer. Never mind policymaking—the Noems can’t even recreate as diligently or productively as real Republicans like the Schoenbecks.
But hey—I might have to start liking Bryon. He went to Pennsylvania last month to ride bicycle over 330 miles along the Great Allegheny Passage and the C&O Canal Towpath, two trails that together run from Pittsburgh to Washington, DC!
That’s the spirit, Bryon! If you’re going to do sport all by yourself, why stand around on a basketball court having your picture taken? Go outside, get on a bike, and see the world while covering some miles under your own power! (Plus, no matter how hard you ride, your bicycle won’t erupt in flame like the UTV the Lead Volunteer Fire Department had to go douse out in the woods Saturday.)
Along with vacation sense, Bryon also showed some budget sense. While his wife was off hobnobbing with the national conservative glitterati at Colorado’s ritzy Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa, where rooms start at $675 a night, Bryon got a cozy room all to himself at the Meyersdale, PA, Inn on Main bed and breakfast, where rooms are a mere $149.
I’m glad to see Bryon breaking away from the old routine and enjoying some time by himself on the open road. Ride on, Bryon!