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In addition to, I have also had good experiences with  Camping is great, but I've found that sometimes a real bed, hot shower and doing laundry in a real washing machine can be a big morale booster on a long trip.

General Discussion / Re: photography and cycling
« on: December 12, 2010, 10:06:21 pm »
Not that I've ever done such a thing.  Especially on SAG'ed century rides.  No, I just power straight up to the top.

Yeah, me too, but sometimes the "scenery" is just so beautiful and I have to stop midway up the hill and shoot a photo   ;D

Gear Talk / Re: Newbie question re: tire size
« on: November 08, 2010, 07:58:39 am »
Thank you both for clarifying this issue for me.  I appreciate it!

Gear Talk / Newbie question re: tire size
« on: November 07, 2010, 03:58:46 pm »
Will a 26 inch tire fit a 700c wheel?  I am finding conflicting information.
Thanks in advance for your help,

We live in Coeur d'Alene and frequently travel (by car) US 95.  The shoulders are good until you hit Worley, then they are pretty much non-existant.  This is a VERY heavily travelled highway with lots of semi traffic.  The road from Coeur d'alene is a 4 lane highway separated by a median, but south of Worley it turns into a narrow 2 land road. I would recommend taking US 95 from CDA to Worley, then HWY 58 west to Rockford, and HWY 27 south to Pullman and hooking up with US 195 from Pullman to Lewiston.  HWYs 27 and 195 are on the Washington side of the border.

Safe journeys,

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