Monthly Archives: June 2016

Day #7 Missoula MT

Today was more of a celebration ride into Missoula than a high-mileage day. I came into town from the south, crossing over the Bitterroot River and into town. All sorts of people were out, tons of them on bikes, and … Continue reading

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Day #6 Lolo Pass

I was awakened to the patter of raindrops in the middle of the night! It came down steady and as daylight grew, it was apparent it was here to stay. Packing up camp in the rain is always an interesting … Continue reading

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Day #5 Apgar CG to Powell

It was nice to wake up to the sound of the river 50 yards from my campsite. I made a breakfast of dehydrated eggs and sausage, packed everything up and hit the road.  Today was 60 miles of a slight … Continue reading

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Day #4 Winchester to Apgar Campground

Today was filled with connecting with people. I packed up camp and rode around the lake about a half mile to the little grocery store/gas station in town.  I went in to get some chocolate milk and got into a … Continue reading

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Day #3 Pomeroy to Winchester, ID

Partly cloudy skies greeted me today. I got on the road and did a quick (well, 6mph quick) 800′ climb up to the Alpowa Summit. There were clouds 3-4 miles to the south but the winds were so strong that … Continue reading

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Day #2 Walla Walla to Pomeroy

I woke up to rain! At least I was under a roof for the night. After saying goodbye to the West’s, I ventured out and headed toward Waitsburg entering rolling hills of wheat fields. The rain was light with occasional … Continue reading

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Day #1: Richland to Walla Walla

The journey has begun! Today was the final day of school at Liberty Christian for the 2015-2016 academic year. There was lots of activity throughout the campus with some performances, classroom parties, the last high school chapel, and preparations for … Continue reading

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