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Now, is the sun in your eyes THAT much of a problem going w to e?
The only place anyone ever tired to steal anything (my MSR Dragon Fly) from me during a tour was in DuBois, WY on the TA route.
You will not have any problems if you ride +150 mi/day :-)
Often, nobody will bother you if you pitch a small tent in a highway rest area. If there are no bugs out, you can even just roll out your sleeping bag on a picnic table, it's no different from anyone parking their car to sleep. I've also devised a way to set up my tent as a more inconspicuous bivy sack when there are lots of mosquitoes.
Any thoughts to when this route becomes snow free? This year or average?
Thank you everyone for your input so camping it is and no motels. And yes I will be going solo and yes I will be leaving astoria OR. And flying or train back from the East coast.
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Well, the OP is traveling alone and planning on hotels a couple of days a week and that implies eating most meals out.
I just ordered mine. Now to start planning.
Allowing $100/day for everything (hotels, camping, food, etc.), based on your schedule, a 60 day trip will cost you $6000.
I'd sure like to see her gear list. I have been backpacking for years and sure can't imagine a base weight that low. Even for an Ultralighter.