Pile of stuff for trips. Logistics is hard!
Lucy the Mini is all loaded up. Ted FYYFF.
Community Cycling Center brought two Biketown bikes! They were ridden on at least one day, and I took one into town for errands on a rest day.
Jeremy's tent. Ted is next door to the right.
Tents! Mountains! Moon!
Jeremy, programming his radio at sunset.
Sunset over Tri-City.
First day announcements.
It's 7am! Let's go!
Jeremy and Ted's tents.
The historic Rice Brothers and Adams Building in Myrtle Creek.
Friendcat! Wasn't too friendly, we couldn't pet it.
Panorama along the South Umpqua River. So pretty.
Jeremy along the South Umpqua River.
Ted along the South Umpqua River. Love the rocky sections.
Pretty little valley.
Here we go. First good-sized climb of the ride.
Selfie on the climb.
Jeremy at the top of the climb. Yay!
Cool geology along the route.
Jeremy and the geology. (band name?)
Looking at the wall of hills surrounding Camas Valey. It's a 360 degree view like this.
People discovered a power cord, so it became an ad-hoc daytime charging station.
Super-cold, foggy morning in Camas Valley. Jeremy had ice on his bar bag. Brrrr.
Jeremy is entirely too happy considering he can't feel his fingers.
Jeremy, leaving the Camas Valley camp.
Jeremy, signalling a turn.
Jeremy, riding no-hands to try to warm up said hands.
At the first landslide section of (repaired) road. Made for a great view.
Camas Valley from the landslide section. Look at that pool of fog.
Panorama, looking west from the top of the Tyee Escarpment "knife edge".
Looking west on the Tyee Escarpment. Pretties.
Another panorama from on top of Tyee.