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August 2014

Day 36: A rest day and a short break from touring

The Detar family were really awesome. Will was the one who toured across america, but his mum was amazing and had toured Washington with him! The rest of the family were all in multiple sports and were hugely enthusiastic about… Continue Reading →

Day 35: Finally a Rainy day ride

Urban Stealth Camping is only for the brave hearted. I suppose I should have scouted for a church slightly out of town, but the idea of having the public toilets at the park and the stores to get b’fast from… Continue Reading →

Day 34: Riding is a grind when there are no rest days

I slept very well. Second day in a bed! I am getting used to the luxury I reckon 🙂 Devin and Family were really nice and have hosted a bunch of people. They had a guestbook and I had to… Continue Reading →

Day 33: Offroading in Idaho

I was planning to start early (though I was planning a small 50 km day to Sandpoint). but the cozy room and the comfy bed kept me sleeping till 6 AM and when I dozed for a bit it skipped… Continue Reading →

Day 32: There are so many good people in the world

What I missed out yesterday was that after I got to the campground, I found a nice spot, near the camp host and dozed for a while as I read a book. I needed a shower badly I reckon and… Continue Reading →

Day 31: Goodbye, Krissi

We planned another early morning and I was up at 6:30. But we hit the road at 8 (our normal time I reckon). It was chilly and the few small hill climbs were nice to keep the body warm. The… Continue Reading →

Day 30: Goodbye, Krijn

It was not too cold but it was cozy in the sleeping bag and when I head the other two rise, I still hoped to snooze a while. By 6:30 I was up anyway and since we knew there was… Continue Reading →

Day 29: A bit of a slog

It was nice and warm for a change when I work up and I almost wanted to extend the stay here. I usually prefer to stay a couple of nights while at a warm showers, just so I have more… Continue Reading →

Day 28: Hot ride to Radium (Hot Springs)

We planned an early day, yet again and it was 5C when we were up. I couldn’t muster getting up too early and lazed around for a while. As it happened, I was the last to set the bike up… Continue Reading →

Day 27: Heading West again

We wanted to start early today too, but after chatting long in the evening I wasn’t ready to wake up. Eventually slumbered out of my tent at 6:45 and warmed myself in the dining area with people cooking in there…. Continue Reading →

Day 26: Rest Day and we become a trio

I woke up late in the morning, given it is a rest day and it was cold still at 8 am. I made a cup of coffee and as I was drinking it, I started talking to a family from… Continue Reading →

Things we do on the trail

Day 25: End of the ice field Parkway

There were a couple of drizzles thro the night and it being cloudy, the temperature remained warmish. The tent was wet and there was no signs of sun peeking out of the heavy clouds soon. I had to wake up… Continue Reading →

Day 24: Bike-Hike continues, and Hail

We were looking forward to Ice cream for a while and today we would be passing by the Crossing where it was rumoured to have a gas station and enormous ice creams for 5$. Though the night was warm, we… Continue Reading →

Day 23: Whoopeeeeee, Epic descents!

Our plan today was to do a hike up to Parkers Ridge in the morning (just 6 km from the camp site) and it should be a steady descent towards the first campground about 35 km away. I was up… Continue Reading →

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