BTW...If you have never seen the plowing photos you should check them out:
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Where was the pile of bikes at? I would like to see that if possible.
Those pictures of Gibbons Pass make me want to be out there now. I have the desire, tires, and other equipment to make it work. Adventure Cycling's Lewis & Clark map 5 has Gibbons Pass mapped out well. How did you determine if it was open? Did you ask around in Sula (possibly at the ranger station there?) or is there another resource?
Right now the plan is to take Gibbons Pass. Thanks for the pics and other information. It makes planning even more fun.
and then down to Chadron, NE and then heading east on Hiway 20.
Bike has 700c X 38C Marathon Plus tires. You think I will be OK with this tire setup?
ride to Lewes DE and ferry across Delaware Bay,
I think I like the idea that the rock straps are staying attached to the bike when you setup camp ready to re-strap the next morning.