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Seems like a style that would work would be, plunk down in one place for four days of work (assuming 40 hours a week is your objective). Then move and tour for three or four days. Then plunk down. I have traveled / worked for a couple decades, and always found myself needing continuous time to work ( I was a Geologist for a decade, and then a IT Project Manager (all over the world) for a couple.
Cycling shoes have been some kind of plastic for about a decade or two now. Wet cycling shoes is not really an issue. If you wear socks, the socks will get wet from sweat or rain. But plastic shoes getting wet is not a problem.
We've only been to the NPS Olympic campground at Fairholm (or Fairholme) once (2009) but it did have specific HB sites [down a rather steep trail]. Nice too.