Not cheap, but close and in the direction you want to go. And there is a private campground right near by,
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SCREW THAT! Im going coast to coast!!! Train from NJ to the start of the TransAm, take that to Co and then its the western express into the pacific!
The screens on that screened shelter in Wisdom are in sad shape, so they're not much protection. I pitched my tent inside that shelter too. Worst mosquitoes I encountered were in Jeffrey City, but Wisdom was second place.
+1 on Twin Bridges Bike Camp. I stayed there last summer. There's free WiFi at the Laundromat. Restaurants in Twin Bridges are limited but sufficient. The mosquitoes were bad when I was there, but DEET made them a non-issue.
You will probably hear plenty of myths about aerobars, all from people who have little or no experience on them, and ones who didn't have them set up correctly. Don't believe them.
Also, if your budget is tight, take out as much money as possible when you use an ATM. You will almost certainly be changed double fees--one by your bank for using a "foreign" ATM machine and the another by the owner of the machine. That could easily be $3-$4/pop. If you are on a $10/day budget, that goes down to $9 if you are taking out money every 3-4 days.
Man, that's a great point, thank you!
Also, i plan on having my parents mail things to me along the way, including valuables like money or whatever else. How exactly would I go about it. Would I simply have to know where I will be in, say, a week, tell them the city and have them mail it to the post office? How does that work to have them mail things to me along the way?