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Highlights of our Trip

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Posted by Brad Stone - October 8, 2009 at 8:32 AM

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Northwest Trip – Aug 2009 Video

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Posted by Brad Stone - October 7, 2009 at 2:59 PM

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Day 5 & 6 – Redwoods, Volcanos and Heat

Reflections of a Biker in the Nevada Desert

Stuck in Traffic outside of Reno, Tahoo

Adam in a Tree, along the Lady Bird Johnson Memorial Trial

Driving along the “Loneliest Hwy” Nevada, Hwy 50

Mike standing tall among the Redwoods

Driving through the Redwoods, California

Having fun at the Lassen National Park Gate

Traveling through the forest

Adam, the stud muffin…or so he thinks.

Lassen Volcano National Park

Shadows of a biker

Grinding it through the desert

Our favorite stop

Top of the World

One of 53 Construction stops

The Giant Redwoods

Giants among Giants

Biker filler

A dead battery…guess whose bike?

The young guys helping an old guy

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Posted by Brad Stone - August 25, 2009 at 10:52 PM

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Day Four – Oregon Coast/Northern California









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Posted by Brad Stone - August 23, 2009 at 10:52 PM

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Day Three – Made it to the Oregon Coast!

It was a beautiful morning as we road from Cougar, Washington to Mt St. Helens. Having seen pictures, and remembering the eruption of the volcano in 1980, it was breath-taking to view the actual scene.
Our ride was through a lot of twists and turns, climbing in elevation to reach Windy Ridge, overlooking Mt St Helens and Spirit Lake. We had some mechanical problems with one of the bikes, but soon got it fixed and continued on our way.
We then set out for the Oregon Coast. It was an awesome sight to see the “painting like” coast.
We had a difficult time finding a place to camp, as for some reason the entire population of Oregon decided to camp out on the coast for the weekend. After checking half a dozen places we finally pulled into a place around 9:00 PM and paid $20 to put up our tents in a field.
Tomorrow we’ll continue down the Oregon coast and hopefully into the Redwoods of Northern California.
(Sorry, the pictures are not in any particular order…and I’m too tired to rearrange them, so you’ll have to determine where you think the pictures are taken.)









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Posted by Brad Stone - August 22, 2009 at 11:06 PM

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