Baker City to Sisters, Oregon

Day 77- August 16 cont. The nice lady took me to town. I slowly came back with the air conditioning and sipping water. She owns a restaurant in Halfway and her landlady for her house is Inga Thompson, three time Olympic road bicyclist. She was super nice and even in the short drive, we talked

Idaho, forest to desert

Day 69- August 8 It's our rest day and we didn't want to bike at all. We ate a measly breakfast of leftover grapes and some pastries from the office. We lounged around then went into town for lunch. We walked around downtown, very nice, and picked a local sandwich shop called Doc. We got

Biking Montana

Day 63- August 2 We woke up early in Madison for a big day. We were going to bike 14 miles to West Yellowstone and have a big breakfast, all before 8.30......that didn't go as planned. Mainly due to the weather- it was super cold when we got up, which slowed us down. Then riding

Wyoming and the National Parks

Day 56- July 26 We ate breakfast at the hotel, which served hotel eggs and biscuits and gravy! And waited for the Cleveland man. He came to our room not prepared to ride 60ish miles. He told us that his vacation was suppose to end with meeting his wife in Yellowstone. However, things fell through

The Wild West and Halfway

Day 43- July 13 The HI-Plains Motel in Leoti (pronounced Lay-Oh-Ta) served hot breakfast to order free, which was awesome. Then we continued on. We were looking forward to reaching Colorado today though there wasn't much service on route. We had some head winds. We crossed into a new time zone and then finally the

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