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Randy and Nancy have decided to keep riding the California coast instead of returning to Colorado. They started in Inuvik, Northwest Territories and are now in San Francisco, 3875 miles so far!


Here’s their latest note:

Hello everybody from San Francisco. We’ve been here for a week and just having a marvellous time as ordinary tourists, seeing the museums and the marina, the aquariums and the Exploratorium. And we’ve stayed inside a whole week for the first time on the trip. We’re ready to get going now but..first… an announcement:

We’re changing our route. Instead of riding east to Colorado as we’d been planning, we’re going to keep going south and finish the California coast. There were just too many places we’d never been, like Monterey and Big Sur. And we worried incessantly about the potential weather in the Sierras and the high desert of Nevada and Utah. So we’ll ride down to San Diego and the border, then fly home for our break marking the end of this leg of the trip.

Anyway, we have loads of pictures for you. On the Photos page there are lots of new pictures of beautiful Oregon and California coast and the enchanting redwoods. We added many pictures to the Oregon section, and the California pics are all new.

Also, there are many new postings on the website letting you know a bit about the people we’ve met and the things we’ve seen.

Thanks for following along!

-Randy and Nancy

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Written by Roland

October 2, 2006 at 8:28 am

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