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2017, We Welcome You With Open Arms

Outside the snow is coming down, silent and calm. In the last day, four more inches have been added to the several existing feet. For Alaskans, winter brings the deep desire to cozy up inside and receive some respite from the chaos of the summer season. After our first growing season on our new plot of […]

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Strolling through the redwoods

Concluding Our 1,000 Mile Journey

Once we were safely across the Columbia River and on Oregon soil, the biking conditions improved dramatically. The Oregon coast route is an old standard for bicycle touring for very good reason. Endless sandy beaches punctuated by steep cliffs, rock arches, offshore sea stacks in the midst of roiling water. The infrastructure for long distance […]

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Leah riding along

Timeless Cranberry Bogs

After the reunion, Leah and I began prepping for the next leg of the Fall’s wanderings. There were a few more loose ends to tie up with Foundroot and a couple of boxes to be sent but  by then end of September, we got on our trusty bicycles and pointed southwest to the Washington coast. […]

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We finally made it on our way, bikes and all.

Autumn Farms and Inspiration

Our first stop after leaving the state via ferry to Juneau was SEATAC, a way-point that should be familiar to any Alaskan. We headed to the baggage claim to retrieve our bicycles and an unreasonable amount of personal effects. We were elated to find the airport’s complimentary bicycle maintenance station and give SEATAC a gold […]

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