• Mark

    Russ, thanks for taking all of us along with you on this adventure through your websites. It’s going to be an amazing journey. If you and Laura are ever passing through the Piedmont region of North Carolina, know that our house is always open to you, where you can expect a hot shower and a cold beer. Cheers!

    July 27, 2009
  • Go on tour! You’re not doing anything undefined and weird and crazy, just going on tour. Like bands, theatre companies, the circus, carnivals, etc. Enjoy! ‘Cause what you are realy trying to do is be free.

    July 27, 2009
  • se

    ok, that was a *little* depressing. but it’s true! and what time is there but NOW??? your (over) analysis inspires me … not to go on a bike tour, but to make things happen NOW.

    July 27, 2009
  • Dennis

    Good luck to you both and if your in Seattle give me a call my number is on facebook.

    July 27, 2009
  • Russ,

    We’ll miss you guys. We’ve appreciated everything you’ve done for BikeCommuters.com. You and Laura are the Ultimate BikeCommuters.

    I wish you a safe and happy trip. Please chime in once in a while on BC to let us know how you’re doing.


    July 27, 2009
  • Sheila

    My husband, Shawn and I, welcome you to our home if you find yourselves in southern Connecticut and would like a place to shower, grab a mattress and get a hot meal!

    We are intrigued and inspired by your courage and the journey you have begun.

    Shawn & Sheila Orbanic
    Ridgefield, CT

    July 27, 2009
  • Dude, what you’re doing is all kinds of awesome. I’m proud of you, and a bit envious too.

    Can’t wait to say what’s up to you guys in person when you make it to Seattle!

    July 28, 2009
  • I’ve been planning to go to Japan for just this reason. Life is too short to waste! Good luck on your travels.

    July 30, 2009
  • ha1ku

    If you guys find yourselves in Georgia, feel free to holla. Safe travels!

    July 30, 2009
  • Ian

    Reading this post was very moving. Not to be too much of a downer, but I was struck by how your changing reality is not too dissimilar to what happens when people lose their homes (as opposed to leaving them willingly). The sense and power of ‘place’ is profound. To uproot (willingly or otherwise) is a monumental event that I think you’ve captured well.

    Thanks for the inspiration and I hope to see you during your visit to Portland next week. Safe travels.

    July 30, 2009
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