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From Can('t) Hurt Me by Jordan Buckner

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Jon Ayling commented on Day 93 - Fort Casey, WA to Hoodsport, WA

Really enjoyed following along. Well done!

2 months ago
Jordan Buckner replied to a comment by Mike Ayling on Day 93 - Fort Casey, WA to Hoodsport, WA

Thanks!

2 months ago
Mike Ayling commented on Day 93 - Fort Casey, WA to Hoodsport, WA

Well done!
I enjoyed your journal.

Mike

2 months ago
Scott Anderson commented on a photo in Day 85 - Paradise Point state park, WA to Chehalis, WA

Yup. Just upriver from Roosevelt. You should come back and bike up the Zcolumbia Gorge sometime. Phenomenal. Even better than Chehalis.

2 months ago
Andrea Brown commented on Day 82 - Columbia city, OR to Portland, OR

Welcome to Portland, I hope you enjoy your stay here.

2 months ago
Rich Frasier commented on Day 81 - Nahalem Bay state park, OR to Astoria, OR

Congratulations on making it to Astoria! I enjoyed following along on your adventure. Thanks for the journal.

2 months ago
Scott Anderson commented on Day 76 - Smith rock, OR to McKenzie Pass, OR

You slept in Dee Wright Observatory! That is so awesome. What an inspired idea!

2 months ago
Scott Anderson commented on a photo in Day 76 - Smith rock, OR to McKenzie Pass, OR

It’s probably because of all those naked bike riders we keep hearing about.

2 months ago
Scott Anderson commented on a photo in Day 75 - Mitchell, OR to Smith rock, OR

Doesn’t seem right to like this, but it’s a good photo. I recognize this situation.

2 months ago
Andrea Brown commented on a photo in Day 77 - McKenzie Pass, OR to Eugene, OR

This is the Willamette River.

2 months ago
Andrea Brown commented on a photo in Day 76 - Smith rock, OR to McKenzie Pass, OR

It can seem like that sometimes, for sure. The West is as polarized as any other place in our country. I’m guessing that local ranchers are tired of newcomers building on former ranchland and then complaining about what their neighbors have been doing for generations. Urban/Willamette valley/coastal Oregon is a different animal than the eastern/southern counties, who keep threatening to secede to Idaho.

2 months ago
Andrea Brown commented on a photo in Day 76 - Smith rock, OR to McKenzie Pass, OR

Correct, and Mt. Jefferson is to the right, further north.

2 months ago
Andrea Brown commented on a photo in Day 76 - Smith rock, OR to McKenzie Pass, OR

This is Mt. Washington, I believe.

2 months ago
Jeff Lee commented on Day 65 - Jerry Johnson hot springs, ID to Kooskia, ID

Great writeup.

Loved the story about that maniac with the modded Jet Boil!

3 months ago
Scott Anderson commented on Day 65 - Jerry Johnson hot springs, ID to Kooskia, ID

That is an amazing day. Don’t think you’ll forget this one.

3 months ago