6 comments


  • Scott

    First time commentor but I’ve been reading for about two months. All I have to say is “cool”! Your adventures are fascinating and descriptions and pictures are beautiful. Thanks for allowing me to peer into your world!

    September 08, 2011
  • Terry Bradley

    Any pictures of the inside of that plywood tipi?

    September 09, 2011
  • Tom Howard

    Somebody famous once described Montana as a place with “a lot of dirt between light bulbs.”
    I hope you enjoyed your stay under the Big Sky. It has been fun reading about your adventures, and I hope you give Great Falls another chance someday. Glacier is an amazing hiking/paddling park, but bikes can be handy too. Going to the Sun has some seriously steep grades and narrow shoulders, not very bike friendly during peak travel season.
    The other day I suggested to my wife that it would be fun to board Amtrak at Malta (closest stop to our home in Billings) with folding bikes and visit friends in Seattle/Olympic Peninsula.
    Of course you are the inspiration for that wild scheme.
    Cheers!

    September 15, 2011
  • My brother from Long Beach pointed me to this entry since I used to work in Glacier. I’m glad to see that you found Serrano’s and that it’s still there. Next time, you can go to Many Glacier, then up to Waterton for high tea.

    September 21, 2011
  • Guys- About a year or so ago I visited your site for inspiration. Worked rather too well. My wife and I are on bikes travelling around the world. So far 9,300 miles since Jan. Our paths crossed on the Northern Tier. We stayed to the left of that Tipi. What a collection of National Geographics that site had!.Thanks so much for giving us a push. Next year Cuba and Europe fro us – you should come to Europe!
    Warren

    October 12, 2011
  • Hi guys, newbie reader and I’m really enjoying your adventures. I am just about to join the Brompton revolution too. Initially, I will use the bike for my multi-modal commute, but your blog has opened my eyes to the touring potential of this machine. I’m a tall rider and the introduction of the h-type has provided the missing link for me. It may only offer a seemingly marginal increase in bar height, but this translates to much greater comfort in the saddle. I’m now assessing the ultra-light options for touring… Oh the possibilities
    !!

    April 07, 2012

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