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REENTRY – 5 lessons learned

I am home from the Sierra Cascades Bike Tour of 2011.  My good old bicycle is being taken apart in California to be shipped home.  It may take a lot of work to get this 12 year old work horse back in shape.   I only had 5 gears left after a pack cord broke loose […]

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Thu, September 29 2011 » On the Road » No Comments

Water at Home

Water is nearly everywhere around our home, from the credible beauty of the Mountain Glaciers to the tides of the Salish Sea we are surrounded by water. The idea that most people do not like about this region is that there is lots of rain – more water. Folks even get upset with the huge […]

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Thu, September 22 2011 » Links » No Comments

Riding into Yosemite

Most recent update from the Sierra/Cascades Bike Tour Group is that the mountains are high and very beautiful.  As I write the fellows are ascending the highest pass Tioga – 10k feet –   and are descending into Yosemite National Park.  They will be in the park approximately 3 to 4 days. The group is still […]

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Thu, September 15 2011 » On the Road » No Comments

Up Hill and Down

Two and a half weeks of biking left to go on this Sierra/ Cascades Mountain passes tour. This has been an amazing experience and we have met so many interesting people. When we arrived in Mazama, Washington the whole community was gathered for a pizza feed in the park and they included us in their […]

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Thu, September 8 2011 » On the Road » 1 Comment

The First Two Weeks

Here are a few shots from the first two weeks of the bike tour: Enjoy this site? Subscribe and keep up with all the updates! Or support this site by promoting us through your favorite network:

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Thu, September 1 2011 » On the Road » 2 Comments