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... in Winchester ID that has information
and a display about the Ordway trek. I
was lucky to find the community center and museum open when I arrived (normally
closed on Sat. morning) and got a day by day map and description of the route
taken. Ordway didn’t have much luck on
the fishing expedition and when he finally got back with 17 salmon, most of
them had spoiled. I enjoyed the side
trip and seeing massive fields ...
... harder as a kid to prep me for this task. Anyway... I think this beautiful land might have captured my heart, plus did I mention there are hot springs around every turn?
How are the knees doing now? Well, we ended up seeing Caleb, an awesome physical therapist in Baker City who gave us some techniques for loosening the surrounding tissue and taping those baby bouncers. We've been icing our knees whenever possible, from stores or in creeks. And we've eased back into ...
... shower with, and the outside of my helmet was too hot to touch. I haven't experienced conditions this difficult since a Death Valley Double Century that I rode a few years ago. I seriously questioned in my mind whether I wanted to finish this tour. Reg and I decided that we did not want to camp that night and we wanted a shower and a bed so we stayed at the Blue Mountain ...
3 hours, 57 minutes, 52.35 miles While leaving Winchester Park I encountered another cyclist at the dumpster. It turns out that he is also going west on the Lewis & Clark route........the first and only one that I encountered so far. We had breakfast together at the only cafe in town. His name is Reg. (Reginald Yoder) and he's from ...
... m overlooking the beautiful Winchester Lake, enjoying a freeze dried Mpuntain House dinner of turkey tetrazzini (it's quite good!) and enjoying an impudent yet satisfying c******nay. Y'all should join me sometime, the days are hard but the nights are great! I bypass historical sites unless I find them interesting. The pictures that I think are related to the theme of this trip I've ...