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QuoteMakes no sense. A spare tire is carried for emergencies. Not normal replacement of a worn out tire.Err quite. <snip>
And this old fool never starts a tour without new tires fore and aft.
Cgarch, thanks for the suggestion, your recommendation may make things easier but I have a few questions. I will have to assemble my bike for the trip from the Seattle station, however I seem to recall the Cascade will allow me to roll it on for the trip to Vancouver. Is this correct? Also how is the neighborhood around the Seattle station. I would probably spend the night at a HiSeattle hostel.
I have taken the Amtrak twice and both times the experience was miserable. In addition to dirty bathrooms and surly workers, the train was hours late both times. The first time, it was so late I had to whole additional night there and then had to fight for a place on the train the next day! The next time, we were over 8 hours late getting into Seattle from LA and they lied to us the whole way about how we'd be there "almost on time" etc etc. Never again for me.