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Dave's Cross Country Bike Tour 2004 | Intro | Home Answering Machine Diaries | Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 2 Pics Continued | Part 3 | Part 3 Pics 1 | Part 3 pics 2 | Part 4 | Part 4 pics 1 | Part 4 Pics 2 | Part 5 | Part 5 pics | Part 6 | Part 6 Pics | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 9 Pics | Reunion | Reunion Pics | Part 10 | Part 10 Pics | Part 11 | Part 12 | Part 13 | Epilogue | Schenck/Gump | Guestbook
Dave's Cross Country Bike Tour 2004
Dave Arrived Home Saturday Evening!!!
(On-line till about August 18)
(FYI from Winnie - Saturday he plans to leave Coudersport, PA in the
morning, crossover into Steuben County and go through
Whitesville, Rexville, Greenwood, Canisteo and Kanona on his
way to Prattsburgh… Just in case anyone wants to meet him
on the way to cheer him on, or better yet, why don’t you
get out your bike and ride along?)
7/31 - Part 9 Continued
(Parts 7 and 8 were part of the Portage)
7/21 - Transcription on Part 6
7/14 - More conversation transcription on Part 4
New Phone Conversation From Dave - Part 4
More Phone Conversation - Part 3
7/2 - JUST POSTED - Description of first few days from phone
(See the New Addition! Home Answering Machine Diaries.
Also, don't forget to sign the guestbook!)
6/30 - First Pictures In! See Parts 1 and 2!
6/28 - 3:40 PM EDT
Just received a phone call from Dave! He's on the west side of the Cascades just east of Blue River, OR heading toward McKenzie Pass. "If this trip was any better I couldn't stand it." Clear skies, 80 degree temperatures and the wind at his back! Feeling a bit lonely the first day, wondering what he was doing, thousands of miles from home, a whole continent ahead to bike across. Now he's flying high in the Cascades, high in his mind, high on the journey itself. He's hoping to get to a library so he can write an email that I'll post on this site. Also, a roll of film is going into the mail today - I'll post them here as soon as I get them developed.
To read an overview of the trip go to the Intro page.
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