more than just another bike blog

Thursday, September 13, 2007

somewhere in oregon


cycle oregon day #5. we've ridden 389 miles with 22,122' of climbing. I'm tired. in five days, we didn't see a town again until today. no cell since monday. but somehow, camped at the Oakridge High School football field, I have free wireless internet access in my tent. go figure. crater lake was my favorite (so far).

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9 Comments:

At 9/13/2007 10:16 PM, Blogger Jackie said...

I can't remember which year I did cycle Oregon (I started in Seattle, fully loaded), but we climbed to/up Mt. Hood - in the rain, of course, after first doing the coast and then the high desert. Say "Hi" to the Bike Fridays for me - I'm off with mine to Japan in the morning.

Lots of people don't understand our idea of a vacation, but if I'm not pedaling, I'm not happy.

It's the lines for the blue rooms in the morning that do ya in, though.

 
At 9/14/2007 6:33 AM, Blogger lauren said...

you're carrying a laptop with you?

 
At 9/14/2007 8:40 AM, Blogger bbElf (a.k.a. panda) said...

Wireless comes in the strangest places.

That photo is gorgeous and makes my mouth water for a little camping trip soon...

 
At 9/14/2007 9:25 AM, Blogger chatterbox said...

Oooh, Crater Lake. That's on the list of rides we need to do. Some people think it's one of the best rides in the USA (after Big Sur, of course).

Enjoy the rest of the trip!

 
At 9/14/2007 9:41 AM, Blogger Emily said...

Great photo! Sounds like you're having loads of fun and taking in all sorts of awesome sites.

With all those miles you're building a killer base for the 2008 season :)

 
At 9/14/2007 4:31 PM, Blogger CyclistRick said...

Now you are making me want to head out on a tour. Crater Lake looks fab, as always.

Enjoy the last day. Any post-tour extra riding in the works?

 
At 9/14/2007 4:57 PM, Blogger X Bunny said...

say hi to tony!

 
At 9/14/2007 6:43 PM, Blogger Chris said...

Looks spectacular

 
At 9/18/2007 8:22 PM, Blogger Ippoc Amic said...

glassy pretty lake which means no wind...lovely...lot of climby climby on your tour...wireless in a tent...cool!

 

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