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Now, is the sun in your eyes THAT much of a problem going w to e?
".... this is the first attempt at camping while cycling, I have done organized rides but never a solo trip. What should I take along on a trip like this?* I know I need a tent, I'm good with the bike and gear..."jfgll - I am aware that you may well have left by now, if so, Godspeed, if not and still researching *what to take (& not + 'how come,' on both counts :- ), the best single source of information I have ever encountered, and from which benefited significantly, is the text available thru ACA CycloSource entitled The Essential Touring Cyclist - A Complete Guide....
the four passes on the NT route might result in me being pushed in front of a logging truck.I did it last summer and didn't particularly notice logging trucks. It's a long way from Kettle Falls to Sherman Pass, make sure you have plenty of water because there's none on the way.