• Sounds like wonderful times. The photos are beautiful and yes, it is such an advantage to be on a bike and be able to stop and take it all in. The Price’s place is definitely inspiring. Thanks for posting.

    July 16, 2011
  • Richard

    Wonderful stories and stunning pictures! It’s really inspiring to read about your journey, and I love seeing those little Bromptons in such amazing locations — brilliant bikes that just seem to keep getting better. Thanks! 🙂

    July 19, 2011
  • I was checking in on your blog and see that you’re biking through an area that I will be riding in a bike tour in early Sept.! 🙂 Cool! Your pics are great and I’m looking forward to seeing the area in person! 🙂 Continue to enjoy your trip!! Charmaine

    July 19, 2011
  • Good to see you made it out to the Wallowas! The Prices are indeed cool. I stayed with them when I bike toured through there last year. Enterprise and Joseph are way off the beaten path, but I hope to make it out there again. Cool to see that you tackled Rattlesnake Grade as well. I almost biked it but got scared off.

    July 20, 2011
  • Bob K.

    So I am waiting for a post about bacon being the perfectest bike touring food ever. I mean I usually don’t carry 100 lbs. with me, but there is almost always some in my panniers. It keeps well, it’s self-greasing, and of course it tastes amazing.
    Maybe you guys should take upon yourselves, for the good of the cycle touring community, to do a comprehensive study of different brands and kinds of bacon, and publicise their various merits and detriments as a useful food for cycle tourists.
    Or, you could just keep being awesome and have great, inspiring adventures.
    Hope all is well.
    Bob K.

    July 23, 2011
  • Just catching up on old blog posts I missed, love the b&w switch back pic!

    August 13, 2011

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