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Return to Australia and a Micro Adventure on the Wisemans Ferry Loop

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(November 11 – written by Dave) We have made it back safely to Australia and are slowly getting our apartment back in liveable condition.  It was essentially a nice campsite for a week or so but we now have a … Continue reading

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Cycle Oregon 2019, that’s a wrap

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(September 14 – written by Dave) Day 7 – Dorena Lake to Oakridge – 88k/5,900ft Today was kind of a sad day at the coffee booth. Everyone knew that we were making our last brews.  We kept busy and closed … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th – Riding the Umpqua River

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(September 13 – written by Dave) Day 6 – Diamond Lake to Dorena Lake– 147k/3,500ft After a day off, everyone was raring to get on the road this morning. We only needed to make three coffee brews as it seemed … Continue reading

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Bucket list ride – Crater Lake rim road

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(September 12 – written by Dave) Day 5 – Diamond Lake to Crater Lake and back– 98k/6,500ft Today was a layover day on Cycle Oregon. That meant that the Cycle Oregon circus stayed in the same place for two nights. … Continue reading

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A massive coffee press and a van ride

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(September 11 – written by Dave) Day 4 – La Pine to Diamond Lake – 0k/0ft We were pretty cold in the tent overnight and knew why when we went out to look at the coffee marquee tents. They all … Continue reading

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Cycle Oregon 2019 – Three days of coffee and rain

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(September 10 – written by Dave) For virtually the entire week of Cycle Oregon we had no mobile signal and thus no chance of posting blogs. This first blog will cover Days 1-3, in large part because it wasn’t until … Continue reading

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Cycle Oregon vs Alaska to Argentina

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(September 7 – written by Dave) Back when we were both working full-time, most years we usually had only one week during the summer for a bicycle tour – if we were lucky, we’d get two weeks. We generally alternated … Continue reading