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I would not recommend carrying one for protection against grizzly bears. Unless you're carrying something high caliber, you'll just piss him off.
Hi Lynn. Your concerns are valid. My experience there is 12 years old now, so I cannot speak to flood damage. I found the Erie Canal towpath to be slow and boring, although one very often can take parallel rural roads. The scenery is mostly rural and not terribly interesting.
I find it hard to believe that Surly would sell the CC with a triple crank minus the small ring. What would be the point?The point would be to simplify their inventory. One crank fits all.
I see the LHT and Cross Check come with the same crankset.
Sea Gull Century, Salisbury Md?
Too crowded for my tastes, but very popular.
Are you doing the entire TA or just the portion in those states? If the former, don't discount the 'skeeters out west. We did a few days on the TA out of Missoula in late June/early July and they were insane in places.Big Hole Valley, ~15 mph, mid afternoon, and the sun was out. We were being bitten through two layers of clothes bu flies and skeeters.
We managed to squeak into the last spot at Lake Alva.
I've used the dollar bill trick on 2 inch blowout. It got me 12 miles to the next town and made feel all McGuyver-like.Would a $10 bill last 120 miles?
Could you explain where I can find the location of fairgrounds or do you know a place that lists campgrounds in Wyoming and South Dakota campgrounds in Wyoming and South Dakota?