Our tips for traveling by bicycle
Our trips in Central America,
Europe and Across the USA
Always following the Rule:
A mile at the beginning of the day is not as long as the mile at the end of the day.
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Monday, July 22, 2002
Motor Bikers in disbelief that anyone would ride a bike.
Bicylcist in disbelief that anyone would pressure cook a dog
& wondering if Captn Clark preferred lite or dark dogs.
The Cougar Canyon Rest Stop had a whole album
of pics of the Weiner mobile just waiting for me to look at it . I miss a chance encounter by about 2 years.
The heat makes the ponderosa pines mint the air with their fragrance. The cottontails seems so midwestern but a reminder of what a contrast this country is: rushing water, dried out basalt, withering quick seasonal flowers, rapids coming & going do to the amount of snowfall. A land of extremes side by side.
Friendly Americans and happy to be rolling down the river. They are part of a group which are fully supported. They rode 80+ miles from Lowell to Kooskia.
Had a bottle of Gatorade with "Aunt Ruthie" who is 92 and guardian of the Hummingbird Haven. She says there aren't as many as there used to be.
Cowboys and Indians: 1950???
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