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Pedaling for Peace on the TransAm


In which we redefine peacemaking to include a cross-country bicycle tour

4,190 miles (6,743 km) over 68 days from June 5, 2005 to August 11, 2005

Topic: Bicycle Touring  
Categories: Tour diaries, 1-3 months, TransAmerica Trail, USA Coast to Coast, East to West, USA East to West
Locales: North America, United States, Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Oregon
Year: 2005
Keywords: Transamerica, Coast to Coast, East to West, Bicycle Tour, Bicycle Journal, Bicycle Diary

Permalink: http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/P4P2005

Copyright © 2007-2014 By Sue Schrag - (contact)

Status: Completed Aug 2005
Last update: Friday May 11, 2007 13:44 (US/Pacific) (edited Tue 26 Feb 2008 12:52 (US/Pacific))
55,372 hits since February 21, 2007 (hitcounts updated nightly)
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It is good to have an end to journey toward but it is the journey that matters in the end. (Ursula K. LeGuin)


Table of Contents

Prologue: In which you learn how Pedaling for Peace came to be
      Our understandings of peace: Or how we can all be peacemakers
      Peace Partners: Working together for our community
      From The Pantagraph: Pedaling for Peace, by Scott Richardson
Gear: Too much, or not enough?
From The Pantagraph: Couple readies for cross-country bike ride, by Scott Richardson
And we're off!
Day 1: Yorktown to Willis United Methodist Church
Day 2: Willis United Methodist Church to Mineral
Day 3: Mineral to Charlottesville
Day 4: Charlottesville to Mallard Duck Campground
Day 5: Mallard Duck Campground to Camp Bethel near Troutville
Day 6: Camp Bethel to Christiansburg
Day 7: Christiansburg to Rural Retreat Lake Campground
Day 8: Rural Retreat Campground to Meadowview
Day 9: Meadowview to Breaks Interstate Park
Rest Day: Breaks Interstate Park
Day 11: Breaks Interstate Park to Pippa Passes KY
Day 12: Pippa Passes to Booneville
Day 13: Booneville to Berea
Day 14: Berea to Bardstown
Rest Day: Bardstown
Day 16: Bardstown to Rough River State Park
Day 17: Rough River State Park to Sebree
Day 18: Sebree to Cave in Rock IL
      From The Pantagraph: Minister, wife "pedal for peace," by Scott Richardson
Day 19: Cave in Rock to Fern Clyffe State Park near Goreville
Day 20: Fern Clyffe State Park to Chester
FAQ: Why east to west?
Day 21: Chester to Johnsons Shut-Ins State Park
Day 22: Johnsons Shut-Ins to Alley Spring Campground
Rest Day: Alley Spring
Day 24: Alley Spring to Hartville
Day 25: Hartville to Ash Grove
Day 26: Ash Grove to Girard KS
Day 27: Girard to Eureka
Day 28: Eureka to Hesston
Day 31: Hesston to Larned
Day 32: Larned to Ness City
Day 33: Ness City to Leoti
Day 34: Leoti KS to Eads CO
Day 35: Eads to Ordway
Day 36: Ordway to Pueblo
Day 37: Pueblo to Royal Gorge
Day 38: Royal Gorge to Fairplay
Day 39: Fairplay to Heaton Bay Campground
Day 40: Heaton Bay to Hot Sulphur Springs
Day 41: Hot Sulphur Springs to Walden
Day 42: Walden to Miller Ranch, just south of Wolcott WY
Rest Day: Miller Ranch
      The Overland Trail
Day 44: Miller Ranch to Jeffrey City
Day 45: Jeffrey City to Lander
Day 46: Lander to Dubois
Day 47: Dubois to Colter Bay (Grand Teton National Park)
Day 48: Colter Bay to Grant Village (in Yellowstone National Park)
Day 49: Rest Day - Yellowstone National Park
Day 50: Grant Village to West Yellowstone MT
Day 51: West Yellowstone to Ennis
Day 52: Ennis to Dillon
Day 53: Dillon to Wisdom
Day 54: Wisdom to Darby
Day 55: Darby to Lolo
Day 56: Lolo MT to Powell Campground (Idaho)
Day 57: Powell Campground to Lowell
Day 58: Lowell to White Bird
Day 59: White Bird to New Meadows
Day 61: New Meadows to Brownlee Dam
      From The Pantagraph: Quake doesn't faze charity cyclists, by Scott Richardson
Day 62: Brownlee Dam ID to Baker City OR
Day 63: Baker City to Mt. Vernon
Day 64: Mt. Vernon to Mitchell
Day 65: Mitchell to Redmond
Day 66: Redmond to McKenzie Bridge
Day 67: McKenzie Bridge to Eugene
Day 68: Eugene to Florence -- Last Day!!!
      From The Pantagraph: From sea to sea: Peace pedalers finish trip across United States, by Scott Richardson


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