River Dance Lodge
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... biking thing by riding about 30-45 miles a day and relying on the kindness of strangers to help us go the rest of the way to stay on track with timing. This method of travel has allowed us to meet some really kind folks with interesting stories.
Some highlights of this section include catching a ride with George and Suzanne in a GINORMOUS 36,000 pound motor home along the Brownlee Reservoir... As we head up the windy road next to the reservoir George states "This is ...
... was hard but tolerable. About a mile down from the summit I was doing 40 miles per hour and David pulls up next to me on this BEAUTIFUL Yamaha motorcycle. We agree to meet in Pomeroy and have lunch. The three of us had a really nice time relating bike-touring war stories, bike equipment and whether Lady Ga Ga is really a man ( I made that last part up!). After we ...
... me in Great Falls (see May 17th entry) but had a mini-stroke. He wanted to meet me in person so he came to the campground, took Reg and I out for a beer then drove us up the mountain to see what we had to look forward to the next day. He is in much better condition and said he would meet us in Pomeroy (I'm in Washington now) on his ...
... 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 ...
... Thoms and his 21 year old son Ethan eating lunch. They are from Rhode Island and are riding west to east across the US. I ate lunch with them and we talked about past, present and future bike trips and how we wished it were possible to spend more time together. Chance encounters like this are very ...