Thursday, July 10, 2008

HELLO New York

Sorry i haven't written anything on my blog for a while and that i left it on such a down note. The day after that post i hit a string of awesome people who took me in to there homes and feed me some great food.

well i past through Michigan in to Ontario had some frys and gravy then checked out Niagara falls and now I'm in the final leg of my trip 200 miles left and five days till i see my love Chelsea in NYC

thats all i can muster right now but i look forward to seeing you all soon

Thanks Robert

Friday, June 27, 2008

...O' Michigan Michigan

I don't want to live in you...

Sorry to any one i offend but, Michigan sucks, the people are cold the land is ugly and at a camp ground i spent to much money on, i got my handlebar bag stolen. I was able to get most the stuff back after talking to the other groups but my camera came back to me with all my photos gone so here's a continuation of my list.

tooth brush -- Irons MI
all my ever lov'n photos -- Irons MI
compass --Irons MI
bunch of change -- MI



Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Tis better to loved and losted

Well its been a while since i wrote a normal blog so i dont even know where to begin. Should i tell you about the bike kids from Eau Claire, my cramped car ride from Minot to Bismark and the punk rock show, my time in Rugby and the pros and cons of Holstein vs. Angus cows, why every one should bring a friend to Climax Minnesota or should i tell you about the awesome bike path from Laporte to Baxter.

So i think i will just make a list of all the things Loved and Lost

Bike gloves--Left at home
Clip to one of my bags--in route to North Bend Wa
Water bottle-- Vantage Wa
Bike -- Spokane Wa bus 28
Hex wrench--Pend Orille Id
Wool socks-- White fish Mt
Water bottle-- Haver Mt (given to hitch hiker)
Hi Lo sweat shirt-- Minot Nd
Bank card--Minot Nd
Chelsea's water bottle -- Minot Nd
cotton socks--????

If you find any of these things please get in contact with me


Special thanks to Pam & Wayne for saving me from the thunder storm and the apple pie.

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Why not Minot

i will make this short because only half my brain is working right now

take Ten cyclists drop them in the middle of North Dakota in a town with the motto WHY NOT MINOT and an awesome host like Billy.

You will feel like crap the next day and consider selling your bike and hopping trains.


Thursday, June 5, 2008

the Great Plains = the Big Boreings

Hello from the future!!!!!!

Well before it wasn't such a big deal when i bast from pacific time to mountain time now I'm in central time !!! that's a whole two hours in the future so if you want to call me up and be like what is going to happen on FRIENDS i can be like "Chandler just hit his head on the door and it was funny".

I rode going to the sun road but didn't make it to the sun because there was road construction on the way back down i saw i big black bear and took some photos. I crossed the Rocky's and saw the Continental divide, the sign kinda sucks, hung out with the lodgeys or the kids who work at the glacier park lodge. Then cruised down the mountains to Browning and had an Indian Taco in Haver MT i finally meet my Idaho racist, i helped him program his DVD player, then i rode on and saw a lot of dirt grass cows then more grass.

now I'm in Williston North Dakota and I'm already seeing evergreen trees so i hope in a couple of days i will be out of the great planes and in a cycling paradise with no hills, shade and no wind.



Monday, June 2, 2008


The F.O.E. has decided to try and get me some money for a charity of my chooseing. so im not that good at being choosie so i would like y' to help me.

It should be a national orginization
and should be American

so tell me what you think in my comment section

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Relaxing in a Rock'N-Chair before Rock'N The Rockys

Thanks every one for there comments. Its nice to hear from you all. And to Mellisa im shure would like a place to crash i think my clothes will need to be washed too ,but i think thats a couple of weeks away.

of the boarder to Well since we last "spoke" in Spokane, i have ridden to lake Pend Oreille, pronounced Ponderay Idaho, then Libby Montana met some nice folks there at the F.O.E. learned a lesson or two the peddled just SouthEurica and back south to Whitefish, a little oasis of hippy lawerer who have nothing better to do than ski and eat hummus. But i love it i decided to take a day of sabatical here and enjoy the things i do at home. Drink 6 cups of coffee and read the news paper front to back because for the next two days i will be putting up the great Rockys

Well let me get to the lessons i learned; Don't talk polatics at the Eagles & Dont go to the Eagles Hall if, you have plans the next day. You might meet someone like Rod and Jane Krutze. The first things Rod Krutze a Boiler-maker said to me is "i want to be chapter three in your book", i dont know if there will ever be a book, or if i remember enough form that nite. but i did sleep in there son's bed and meet there dog Daisy who ate my soap and had one hell of a breakfast and now i know if I'm in any trouble i will call Rod Krutze and he will call the Boiler-Makers Union Local and all my problems will be taken care of.