I was there, and it surely was a unique and unforgettable experience. For me it was perfect timing, falling between school and my first job. For many others I'm sure it was the same as my age group seemed to dominate the Bikecentennial population. Our group (TAWK525) left Reedsport, Oregon on May 25th and arrived in Yorktown, Virginia 80 days later. We were a camping group and began with most of us pitching a tent each night. Eventually most of us resorted to sleeping under the stars sans tents. One or two members of our group (Steve Levine?) didn't even bring a tent and they converted us to that lifestyle. I have a journal (Summer Fun) on the crazyguyonabike website that tells the story of that summer as seen from my perspective. Sadly, I've lost contact with most of our group. I'd love to re-connect with the others and trade strories from '76. Does anyone know these people and their whereabouts?? Michael A Lai (San Francisco, CA), Nancy Burkholder (Wooster, OH), Gerald T. Munchel (Greensburg, IN), Bob Ceasar (San Diego, CA), Steve Levine (San Juan, CA), Mike Smith (Crystal Lake, IL) and Scott J. Edwards (San Francisco, CA). Cities listed are the towns these people called home in 1976. Although I was there, I too, am very anxious to hear the experiences of others.