Jack August 21, 2009 at 3:09 pm
Great report. I hope to ride there next year. It looks beautiful.
Steve Cifka August 21, 2009 at 5:28 pm
Congrats on your trip!
I have been out of town, but followed your exploits from Portland through Oly.
Hiway 101 can be tricky, and how exciting to see you make it to Seattle!
What are your plans there? Recycle Cycle near Fremont is a cool shop with good folks. Don’t forget to check out the Spanish Kitchen home of those Paella pans (I got one and spoke to the owner about your website/project) Might be a good lead for some food photos.
Sure love what you 2 are doing.
Have a blast,
Best, Steve Cifka Olympia WA
Chris Cavs August 22, 2009 at 6:36 am
that’s great that you’re getting a wifi signal! It does sound like there was a highway nearby though. Couldn’t have been too quiet.
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