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September 2014

Day 49: Lovely back roads all day long

We had a few options to ride to this morning and after a bit of thought we figured we could do a decent sized day and head to a private campground instead of hanging about in the middle. As we… Continue Reading →

Day 48: More riding along the Gorgeous redwoods

It was a lovely, secluded campsite yesterday and when I woke up a few times in the night, I was looking right up to the stars. Stunning. We were up in the morning and started riding around 8:30 and it… Continue Reading →

Day 47: The Hike Bike routine restarts

Our plan today was to seek some hikes in the redwood forests and so we planned our route around it. The morning started with the campsite having some sort of function to recognise the donors who helped preserve the forest…. Continue Reading →

Day 46: Goodbye Oregon, Hello California!

The morning started well with some sunshine and blue skies. It was nice to see sun after a few days. Yesterday, Krissi’s Bike was working badly and Joe diagnosed it as a workout bottom bracket. My bike had a bit… Continue Reading →

Day 45: Riding the tourist belt on the Oregon Coast

We had a rest day yesterday expecting rain, but that never showed up after the lashing we got in the night the day before. Yesterday night was calm and at one point I even saw stars.. So much for the… Continue Reading →

Day 44; Rain makes us pause and think

Yesterday night it rained. It rained like a bleeding Mofo. According to estimates on the street it was 4 inches (of rain I mean). And it blew wind gusts in excess of I-Dont-Know-What. I was sleeping in the gazebo and… Continue Reading →

Day 43: Rain Pisses down on us

I woke up to some strong winds and drizzle. It had been raining on and off all night, but the hammock stayed solid and dry, am pretty pleased with the setup really and I also figured a reasonable storage for… Continue Reading →

Day 42: Seven Devils were a lot of fun

Yesterday night, the hiker-Biker campsite was in a bit of a bog and there were no sizeable trees to hang my hammock in. I could have found a spot outside though, but decided to pitch my tent instead for convenience…. Continue Reading →

Day 41: Strong headwinds make the ride intense

I have to make a recurring comment on the hammock experiment… yesterday I didn’t have much safe to put up a tarp and decided to sleep under the stars instead. It was supposed to be a dry night, but as… Continue Reading →

Day 40: Beautiful foggy morning ride

I slept alright on my second day of experimenting and there is still a lot to learn about organising and managing the sleeping space, but I am getting there. I was up a couple of times in the night and… Continue Reading →

Day 39: Meeting Joe

The night was a bit breezy, but without any rain. I had used my sleeping pad inside the hammock and that seems to have kept my bottom from getting too cold. Though given that as I lay down the hammock… Continue Reading →

Day 38: Sighting the Pacific ocean, again.

The days have definitely gotten shorter since I had camped last and given the fog in the coast, I couldn’t get the sunlight disturbing my sleep till 6:30. I eventually got up at 7 and packed up inside the tent…. Continue Reading →

Day 37: Hello Krissi or How I decided to leave a cozy home and ride up and down hills again

First things first… A week back krissi had messaged me and mentioned she decided to ride the US Coast and was heading towards Portland. Aish invited her down to hillsboro and she showed up a couple of days back. A… Continue Reading →

Bootcamp – 10th Anniversary Special Edition

I haven’t written much about my time in PDX. I have been here during late summer / Fall for the past 10 years and have quietly followed along Aish for the first few years learning the ropes of camping /… Continue Reading →

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