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Days on the bike - 39
Miles biked - 2035 miles - 3275 kilometer
Elevation climbed - 101462 ft - 30925 meters
average mileage per day - 50.2 miles
Longest mileage in one day - 78 miles
most elevation gain in one day - 6643 ft
18 day's of straight rain Washington and Oregon
1 Flat tires on the trailer
2 bike repairs costing $10. $5 dollars each ...
... in stability. We were so busy trying to get everything ready for this trip that we were unable to train much. We should have trained in technology as well as riding a bike that is so heavy you can't even push it. We thought we would hit so many little stores and gas stations, but nope we hit 1 yesterday and it was bare. Chocolate milk though. We always prepare for food. However not this time. Luckily we put in a few oatmeals, a ...
... headed out to explore the city. As we biked along the bay, we passed a fellow bike tourist who had just finished his trip from Vancouver to Tijuana. It was cool to hear his story and he gave some really good advice for biking the coast. He told us about Bikes and Hikes campgrounds and a couple awesome places to check out. Farther along we passed a bike taxi driver who caught our attention. He asked about our trip and told us about some bike tours that he had ...
We travel with 3 GPS units, a Cobra Truck GPS, a Rand McNally RV GPS, and a TomTom. Every so often they are all disagree. The correct turn off Rt 8 was one of those times. We opted for the RV GPS. It had all pertinent info in it re: the coach - height, weight, length - all the necessities. The truck one did too, but since the RMcN got the directions by selecting the campground, what could go ...
... any. The first time she ignored me, avoided eye contact but then turned back to ask for a cigarette. Even if I had one, lady... This same lady was in the kitchen later when we prepared supper. She popped her head in and asked how long we were gonna be. She returned sheepishly later with what appeared to be her hungry husband who probably wanted to know "Where's my food, woman?!" It seems we were to blame. But, hello! This is a commnunal kitchen, or rather it's supposed ...
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