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First, I'm bummed that we missed meeting in the office while you were in Missoula!
Second, I think you must have an older TransAm #4 map. Once the bike path was completed, we changed the route to do just as you suggest below:QuoteThe official AC route gets off the trail and crosses the river onto East Side Highway at Stevensville. No need for that. The East Side Highway is busy and has no real shoulder to speak of. Stay on the trail towards Hamilton.
I see that the 95 - 12 - 93 are official adventure cycling routes, so that's good news, but none of the other ones are.
OP, I take it when you say "Credit Card Camping", you mean staying indoors at hotels and the like, not actually camping. (Though I would love to see someone tour by actually taking a credit card camping tour and set up tents inside motel rooms each night. )
We are into Berea KY, and have had very few dog chases. Today one came out and I was reaching for the whistle all while my front derailed flipped the chain off. I went over.