[OrRando] 600k photos
magpie at blackbirdsf.org
Tue Jun 12 08:01:52 PDT 2007
ive been poking around some maps sussing out the possibility of some
gravel stretches on the estacada-breitenbush routing - looks
promising, but gravel or no, i cant imagine it being anything but a
pretty ride. probably not all that busy with traffic, either, at the
right time of year...
At 14:09 +0000 06.12.2007, cecilanne at comcast.net wrote:
>Nice write up - as for that Estacada-Detroit route, I have yet to do
>it myself but am told that the round trip from Detroit Lake to
>Ripple Brook Ranger Station is 92 miles and the road is beautiful
>the whole way - no services, of course, so you need to make sure you
>have enough water and fuel, and your better bet is to start in
>Estacada because you then have the services in Detroit Lake at
>mid-point . .
>Cecil "gonna do it in August" Anne
> -------------- Original message ----------------------
>From: joel metz <magpie at blackbirdsf.org>
>> report up - not a whole lot of pics, virtually nothing from the 2nd
>> day, but a fair bit of text...
>> i actually didnt feel all too shabby monday morning, though i had
>> pretty much zero acceleration or climbing ability all day, even on
>> the mildest of grades downtown... honestly felt better than the
>> physical "ive been hit by a truck" feeling post-300, or the psych
> > equivalent that hit me after the 400...
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