Lots of people ask about unexpected aspects of the trip. Here are my biggest surprises from the tour. … More Surprises
Fun with graphs … More Trip Stats
Odd readjustment experiences, keeping active, and looking forward to future endeavors … More After the End
These last four days have been incredible. We climbed up four major passes – one a day – and rode through almost every type of landscape we’ve encountered on the trip – mountains, lakes, forests, desserts. It was a lovely summary all wrapped up in four days. … More Days 85-88: A Tour within a Tour
The six of us fell into a new, and very pleasant groove pretty quickly. … More Days 79-84: New Friends!
Glacier is impossible to comprehend. It feels unreal – like I was shrunk down and plopped into a carefully crafted miniature. … More Days 73-78: On to Glacier!
Every morning on this side of the Continental Divide has been chilly – I can’t believe a week ago we were overheating by 7AM. … More Days 67-72: A Golden Birthday and Happy Reunion
Yellowstone is amazing!! I figured all the thermal features would be present outside the park and the park would just be an overrun, crowded nightmare, but all preconceptions have been smashed. … More Days 64-66: The One and Only Yellowstone
Two centuries and our highest point (9,584 ft)! … More Days 60-63: The Continental Divide & The Grand Teton