The scenery, seen at slow-motion, alone is worth it. Tomorrow, I'm heading out again on the second leg of my journey. I'm planning on cutting north up to South Dakota and the Black Hillls and then on to Yellowstone. After that I'll bend south again, across Utah and Nevada, through Yosemite and on to the coast of the Pacific.
I thought it might be nice to post a few pictures (from my brother Tim and a gentleman from Vancouver, Washington, Timmy Campbell, also a serious rider). It's not hard to have these kind of views from the seat of a bike--even if the seat, itself, is kind of hard.
|Buffalo grazing in Grand Teton National Park. |
(Picture by Tim Viall)
|My trip should end after passing through Yosemite National Park.|
Estimated time of arrival: August 23.
|This picture comes from Timmy Campbell, from his ride down the Pacific coast.|
He's a new Facebook friend and a serious bicyclist.
|This is also a picture from Timmy Campbell's coastal tour.|
I hope to see some trees like this on my own journey.
|(Picture by Tim Viall)|
|Yellowstone in winter.|
At least I won't have to worry about snow on my ride.
|There's another great reason to ride.|
Because I love my diabetic daughter
(Emily is at right).
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