Monthly Archives: September 2015

Trip Log – Day 141 – Mount Shasta, CA to Bieber, CA

September 22, 2015 – Sun, 90 degrees Miles Today: 78 Miles to Date: 7,383 States to Date: 24 Yesterday I measured my distance as Mount Shasta emerged. Today I kept catching her behind my shoulder. Everything was easier today: fewer … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Bob Giordino, freecycles, Missoula, MT

When I walked into freecycles I couldn’t figure out whom I was supposed to talk to. Then I realized that was the point. There are people fixing bikes, people watching people fixing bikes, people giving advice to people fixing bikes, … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 140 – Ashland, OR to Mount Shasta, CA

September 22, 2015 – Sun, 85 degrees Miles Today: 84 Miles to Date: 7,305 States to Date: 24 Today was a strenuous reminder of cycling’s rigor. It’s been some time since I rode over eighty miles or a mile of … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Garden City Harvest, Missoula, MT

Most everyone in Missoula has heard of PEAS Farm, though few can tell you what the name signifies. “Program in Ecological Agriculture and Society” Josh Slotnick explains. Josh has been affiliated with PEAS for over ten years, so he recalls. … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 139 – Ashland, OR

September 21, 2015 – Sun, 80 degrees Miles Today: 38 Miles to Date: 7,221 States to Date: 24  Another perfect day in Ashland, which I spent visiting Ashlanders. My host Steve set up appointments with the Director of Scienceworks, a … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Ethel MacDonald, Missoula, MT

Ethel MacDonald leaned forward in her chair, extended her frail arms wide and proclaimed, “I hear people say, ‘so and so is a good family man’. That is all well and good, but it is not enough. The community I … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 138 – Grants Pass, OR to Ashland, OR

September 20, 2015 – Sun, 80 degrees Miles Today: 51 Miles to Date: 7,183 States to Date: 24 There was no traffic on Route 99 early Sunday mornings. Just me, dense trees, steep hills and bright sun creating sharp shadows … Continue reading

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New Ways to Track: How will we live tomorrow?

As we head into autumn I wonder, what is this thing I’ve been doing for four months? I call it adventure. Others call it a journey, a tour, an odyssey, a pilgrimage, an escapade and a stunt. Whatever it is, … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 137 – Cave Junction, OR to Grant’s Pass, OR

September 19, 2015 – Sun, 60 degrees Miles Today: 36 Miles to Date: 7,132 States to Date: 24 I woke to lovely fog, had a great breakfast and visit with my host Meadow and rolled onto U.S. 199 before nine … Continue reading

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Responses to “How will we live tomorrow?”

How will we live tomorrow? “We will live together in this wonderful world. We will preserve it for those who will live tomorrow.” Jeanne Large, Kirkland, WA Check out Jeanne’s informative comment about preservation of the Oregon Coast How will … Continue reading

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