On the road again (la, la, la). Up early, wrote, packed, and headed up to Roaster’s Coffee in Bodega Bay, where I’d come to know and enjoy the Irving family who ran the business. Steel and I attempted to interview the troupes (I say attempted because our Google Hangout Air live show attempt was fun but no recording seemed to materialize on YouTube). Fortunately, we did a separate interview using my Ipad so that will be forth coming. After a fond farewell, I was on the road by 1:30 p.m. and heading back North Continue reading
Fellow cyclist and campmate, Bruce, rolled out of camp. I rolled into town and did the coffee shop thing, where I met super nice Bodega folks and got invited to a “slider” party (which meant little burger-yes, but also salmon,etc- of course) and a place to stay Continue reading
The Bodega Bay Dunes campground is the bomb…$5 hike/bike sites, free showers, dish washing area with hot water, internet and cell reception, distant crashing waves and sea lion sounds, great hiking, and less than a mile to a cool coffee shop with to-die-for pastries and a little grocery store just beyond.
I no sooner set up my camp and Bruce from Alaska rolled in Continue reading
Today I planned to do a big ride day – 50 plus miles, which seemed like a lot for me considering how little riding I’ve actually been doingI As I packed up Steel, I struggled as to whether I was going to bring a cool coffee thermos that I had been given. Continue reading