Surreal! We made it to the Atlantic. Can't believe this trip is over!
Martinis for Maine
That bittersweet moment when you reach your last state in the pouring rain.
View from the top!
Conquered the Kanc
Perk of touring through your backyard. You get to have your fav beer!
At last- in our home state! Yeah NH!
Family at the top of Middlebury Gap
Summiting Middlebury Gap
Selkirk Shores State Park
46 days in the road and finally the moment is here- first Dunkies!
Psych! It's not the ocean- it's Lake Ontario!
The Hodges met us in Pittsford!
Camping on the Erie Canal in Holley
You know what it is
Sweet campsite right on the shores of Lake Erie
Hello Lake Erie
St. Claire River.
Tall bridge on the Wadhams to Avoca rail trail.
Meeting police dog Canjo with officer Stacer and fans in Saginaw
Cookies for Canjo
Cookies for police dogs!
Sunrise Lake Campground outside of Leroy Michigan
Michigan bound on the SS Badger
View of Lake Winnebago from our campsite in High Cliffs State Park
A girl on a bike is fascinating stuff to these ladies.
Sweet view from the Pine Lake Campground in Hiles
Splurging on a motel in Mercer- home of the World's largest loon
The sun finally showed up
Chilling at the Boulder lodge where we camped last night
This lake is labeled on my map as "Tiger Cat Flowage" which brings a.very distinct image to my vet student head.
Classic 30 foot banner at the RV park we stayed in last night
Camping on the water in Huegen, WI
Wahoo! We've reached our estimated halfway point. Don't let us pedal more miles than dollars we've raised! Tell your friends our story and visit our fundraising site in the picture.
Yup, all is hunky dory with us!
Glacial pothole at Interstate park
Wild River State Park
Whiskey for Wisconsin!
Camp near Little Rock last night
Posing with big Ole- The world's largest Viking- in Alexandria where we stayed last night.
Central Lake Rail Trail in Minnesota. It's nice to be off the road.
World's largest pelican- from the porch if hostess Gretchen's house in Pelican Rapids Minnesota.
View of Main Street Gackle where we stayed last night
With our Fargo warm showers host and fellow cyclists who are riding in the opposite direction
Weird North Dakota
Stormy McKenna Lake
All battened down in preparation for severe thunderstorms in the Hazelton city park.
Grabbing a quick drink
It's nice to see trees again
Had a refreshing night sleep at the Rock Roof Inn
Getting off the highway is peaceful
Lake Patterson Rec Area- where we stayed last night
Finally North Dakota!
Made it to Wilbeax
Suns starting to come out
Made it 110 miles to Circle Montana. Where there is a dinosaur in front of our motel and I saw a man riding his horse to the gas station.
Granola bar break
Mom is paranoid about mosquitos.
Camping in Glasgow
Our camp in Dodson
Cows, horses, and minis chilling in the shade together.
Slight change in scenery
One each for map 2 completed
Camped out at the beautiful Hingham town park
Flat and windy
Made it to Cut Bank
Last view of the mountains
Bye bye mountains. Hello flatland!
Snow- perfect for biking
More Going to the Sun Road
Going to the Sun Road
Cloudy view from Glacier
Hello Glacier NP
Made it to Glacier!
lunch and bike maintenance in Whitefish
Lake Dickey Campground.
Saving turtles just like into to zoo med taught me!
Been seeing 'bout five of these a day
Pancakes and milkshakes in Eureka
And one for Montana
cross country drinking game: one for 500, one for getting to Idaho, one a new map.
Camping on the beautiful Lake Kookanusa
Big hill with a nice view.
Cabinet Mountains Wilderness
beat the storm to Big Eddy campground.
Pack River. Can you spot the large mystery bird of prey?
Done with map 1!
Hello Sandpoint, Idaho!
Love this sign at a vet clinic outside of Sandpoint, Idaho
Snack break at Round Lake State Park
Pend Oreille River
Camping in Newport
Pend Orvielle River from Usk
flowers in a field as promised for Grandma S.
crossing Pond Orielle River
leaving the Bacon Bike Hostel in Colville
On the way to Colville
Sherman Pass elevation 5,575 ft
White Mountain Fire Overlook
Looking back at where we came from.
Almost up Sherman Pass
Headed up Sherman Pass
Our view in Republic from hostess Diane's house
Made it to the top of Wauconda Pass!
Lunch at the Wauconda post office and country store (which was unfortunately closed)
Headed to Wauconda
Headed up Wauconda Pass
Horses and cows from our host's house in Tonasket
105*F on the desert pavement
Grabbed a snack at the Beaver Trap haha.
All the trees are dead?
Made it to the top of Loup Loup pass.
Camp at Twisp
Breakfast in Mazama
Felt nice to be out of the tent for a night. Thanks Jason and Valerie!
Mom at Washington pass.
Made it to Washington pass (elevation 5,447 ft). All downhill for the rest of the day!
The mountains are pointier out here.
Camp at Twisp
Finally made it to Rainy Pass. Elevation 4,855 ft!
Diablo lake lookout
Cool bridge/waterfall. Don't look down!
Killing it on our first pass ascent!
Newhalem campground. Very peaceful.
The pass approaches
We're going over those?!?!
Entering North Cascade National Park