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From "An Impressively Meandering Route" by Genny Fox

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Genny Fox commented on Surprise Gravel, One Bridge and a Cough

Bad luck on the cracked rim! Does that mean you are calling off or postponing the rest of your tour?

1 year ago
Wayne Estes commented on Surprise Gravel, One Bridge and a Cough

After pedaling the relentless hills south of Ritner Creek covered bridge, I can hardly imagine you guys wanting to to do it round trip. I don't blame you for passing on all the hills, with possible rain.
I'm back home now, with a cracked front rim that barely survived the trip.

1 year ago
Ellen Walker commented on Gallon House bridge

Love the video❤️

1 year ago
Bob Hillhouse commented on Rest Day

Hi Cheryl,
Sorry you couldn't make the beginning of the bridge tour, especially the part about staying in Portland. It would have been nice to say "hello".
Enjoy the rest of your trip.
-Bob

1 year ago
Kelly Iniguez commented on Click, click, click…

My sympathies on your mystery noise.

I would also like to visit a bike shop. There is just one here in Taos. They open at 11 AM. I called them to see if they could look at my rough shifting ( my bike fell over, I hope it’s not a bent derailleur hanger). David was less than enthusiastic about helping me. He said they open at 11, but have 70 bikes to wheel outside and couldn’t possibly get to it before 13 or 12:30. I didn’t even get to the part about it being a recumbent.

There’s a shop in Pagosa. I think I will call them.

Best of luck getting it fixed. Maybe Richard Here’s look alike has changed shops and you will get to see him again!

1 year ago
Kelly Iniguez commented on 3 Bridges and a Roadhouse

I remember the cookies Jim brought us at the top of Hoosier Pass during the fall colors tour!

2 years ago
Genny Fox commented on a photo in Surprise Gravel, One Bridge and a Cough

I still have over 1/2 a cookie left-nibbling on it a bit at a time to avoid the sugar coma :)

2 years ago
Ellen Walker commented on a photo in Surprise Gravel, One Bridge and a Cough

I give Crumbl cookies to my clients. 1 cookie equals 4 and can through you into a sugar coma.

2 years ago
Genny Fox commented on 1 1/2 Bridges

We will be in Springfield both Monday and Tuesday night. We are taking a rest day there. We are looking forward to meeting you on Tuesday!

2 years ago
Wayne Estes commented on 1 1/2 Bridges

Are you in Lebanon or Sweet Home?
Do you plan to be in Springfield on Monday night or Tuesday night?

I will be in Springfield on Tuesday night. If you're in Springfield Monday night I will probably see you on the road between Springfield and Creswell.

2 years ago
Wayne Estes replied to a comment by Kelly Iniguez on Surprise Gravel, One Bridge and a Cough

Kelly, Corvallis Cyclery was, probably still is, the closest Bacchetta dealer to me. Bacchetta only sells through dealers. No direct sales.

2 years ago
Wayne Estes commented on 1 1/2 Bridges

Dahlenberg covered bridge was a high school shop project. Lebanon has a well deserved reputation as a down and out former sawmill town.

2 years ago
Genny Fox replied to a comment by Wayne Estes on Surprise Gravel, One Bridge and a Cough

We’ll likely be back in CA before the weather dries out too much so I hope to miss the pollen explosion.

2 years ago
Genny Fox commented on Surprise Gravel, One Bridge and a Cough

I had heard about local honey and have been eating it for 2 years. I don’t really think it has helped at all.

2 years ago
Kelly Iniguez commented on Surprise Gravel, One Bridge and a Cough

In case I've never mentioned it before, Jerry Harp says eating local honey cured his COPD. He used to land in the hospital a couple of times a winter with an attack. Since adding local honey to his oatmeal each morning, he hasn't been hospitalized once. Jerry just had his 81st birthday. It might not help, but it can't hurt!

Coughing is no fun. I had a dry cough for a couple of weeks after I had COVID. It gets old.

2 years ago