The stretch through/near places like Gary and Hammond, IN and south of CHI could be gnarly. Lot's of industrial areas in those parts. I would also expect camping to be an issue.
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We started the Northern Tier in Seattle and joined the route in Rockport. We had a beautiful ride via Darrington, Arlington, and Snohomish. From Snohomish north you are on a great trail called the Centennial Trail.
Oh yikes, maybe it isn't such a good idea then. Did the sections you saw without good shoulders still look like busy sections?
Among the items I wish I'd had would be ear plugs. I was at a town called Arlington OR camped out at the marina with a RR crossing a hundred feet away and interstate 84 fifty feet beyond that.
Did the Bon Ton Roulet last month.
Well, well. so did I. Great week wasn't it? And I also saw the same trike but I believe I saw a couple of others too.