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Day 67: Riding through Mustang country

Not the horses, but the muscle car that Ford makes. I have a feeling I have seen every Mustang that has ever come out of the factory floor. Dang! It seems like everyone has drunk the Ford Koolaid and are… Continue Reading →

Day 66: Riding through Steinbeck Country

I was happy to be back on the hammock today and slept like a baby. Though the night was long: From 7 pm till 7 am. Ouch. We got on the road at 8:30 and rode into Monterey along the… Continue Reading →

Day 65: A short day ride thro the Salad Bowl

It was a lovely evening at Bart’s and I slept pretty soundly too. It is easy to be addicted to be staying at homes, almost a week since I camped out proper heh. In the morning, Bart made pancakes, his… Continue Reading →

Day 64: Survived the 17

So yesterday we had a lovely warmshowers host, Oleg and Lera, both PhD Students at Stanford and with bigger travel dreams. They have been in some stunning places and had a nice collage of pictures on the wall (I have… Continue Reading →

Day 63: San Fran throws a damn hill on our way out

We had to move our ass at some point and with the past few days of rest, the body was ready to go, but the lovely time we spent with Lupe made it harder to leave. Ah well, as travellers,… Continue Reading →

Days 60-62: Rest days In SFO

The past 3 days have been good rest days. Nothing much to report apart from more street art! Enjoy! Route: San Francisco Distance: 0 Km (yay) Ascent: 0 ft Descent: 0 ft Expenses: $ 99.38 Comment: Watching a bunch of… Continue Reading →

Day 59: On Why Mums are all Awesome

Here I am sitting in a cozy apartment in the heart of one of the coolest towns in the planet, SFO. I write this post a day late since I spent the day walking around mot parts of town that… Continue Reading →

Day 58: Across the invisible Golden Gate, Goodbye Joe

I was excited to start the day this morning as we were within a spitting distance to SFO and its a kind of an intermediate marker in my journey. Well that’s all baloney. The real reason for my excitement was… Continue Reading →

Day 57: Yet another stunning day along the coast

I had setup my hammock under the eucalyptus trees and with the heavy fog settling down, the leaves started dripping water. I almost felt like it was raining out there. I had collected almost a litter of water in the… Continue Reading →

Day 56: Fog takes away the views

I was up at 6 for some reason, but sky was really dark, I suppose the Bay trees blocked most of the sun. At 7 some light begin to show and I decided to get up and eat. The day… Continue Reading →

Day 55: Always start the Day with an Awesome b’fast

Yesterday evening Joe scouted around and found something called ‘Grange Breakfast’ along our route. We figured it might be a local community event, but also thought it might be nice to pop in and see what they were up to… Continue Reading →

Day 54: Found me a cougar!

When I woke up this morning, it was freezing again (feels like desert weather with hot days and cold nights). I was feeling like getting a decent b’fast and since town was just 5 miles south, I figured I could… Continue Reading →

Day 53: A beautiful climb followed by hard rolling hills.

Yesterday evening I spent a while talking to the kids about Singapore, India and Asia. It was part of a impromptu geography / cultural lesson set up by their mum and it was nice to talk to curious kids. Here… Continue Reading →

Day 52: The heat, the heat!

I was up early in the morning and there was a bit of a chill in the air. I had to get all my waterproofs on to keep the body from shivering and we had b’fast and chats with the… Continue Reading →

Day 50: Yay! And the Avenue of the Giants

The KOA campground was nice to hangout in and the cyclists in the neighbouring test had a broken spoke. I had some spare nipples and spokes, but it wasn’t of much use as they had a broken spoke on the… Continue Reading →

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