5 comments


  • Hi Laura! It’s been quite a while since I’ve visited and I’m so glad to have bumped into you again during this great review. You’ve seen so many sights and had so many wonderful adventures. So inspiring. Not enough that I’ll hike my 53 year old bones up on a bicycle, but enough to dream the afternoon away.
    :D

    July 04, 2010
  • doug in seattle.

    Wow — I’ve ridden past and stopped for a break at Twanoh many times, but I’ve never camped there. I’m usually on my way to the Olympics.

    I’ve always thought Washington’s fee of $14 for a primitive site to be ridiculous. Oregon charges $4 per person!

    July 05, 2010
  • I ran across your website from a link from Kent Peterson. Lots of useful and interesting information. Thanks for sharing. I love your write ups. My wife and I have been discussing bike touring lately. You make it look like a lot of fun.

    July 07, 2010
  • Phil

    I’ve camped many times at Chisos Basin and continue to regard it as one of the most incredible sites (comparisons: NE/Appalachians, northern Rockies). There are a lot of beautiful campgrounds, but Chisos Basin near sunset (and at Sunrise when it’s coming up over those finger-like rocks) is other-worldly.

    September 18, 2010
  • Glad ya’ll found Rusty’s outside Rodeo. I stayed there on a tour from Bisbee to Alpine, TX. Great option. Hope ya’ll are doing well. Keep Riding!

    March 01, 2014

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