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Connecting ACA Routes / Looking for America
« on: October 04, 2006, 04:06:47 pm »
My wife and I just completed a ride from Astoria, Oregon to Boston, Mass.  We used ACA maps (Lewis and Clark and Northern Tier) plus some of our own.  We had a grand time and if anyone out there has any questions, I would be glad to respond.-EC

Routes / Crossing Wisconsin
« on: March 22, 2006, 04:57:47 pm »
I could use some advice on the best routes across Wisconsin from St. Croix Falls to Manitowoc.  I have some VERY detailed maps from the WI DOT that show bike routes, but there appear to be some more direct ways to cross the state- for example, Rt. 8 or 64 seem pretty good on the map, but are not color coded as good bike routes.  Any help would be very welcome.

Routes / Lewis and Clark section 4- HELP!
« on: January 23, 2006, 03:52:14 pm »
I am interested in getting some info about the section of L&C between Jordan, Montana and Fort Peck.  Specifically, maps 61 through 64 of section 4- Williston to Great Falls.  This is about 90 miles in the "middle of nowhere".  I'm curious to hear from people who have ridden this section- how are the camping opportunities?  I can see one place that is noted on the map, but it is a few miles off the main road.  I'm thinking we will try to cover the entire distance (we are headed east) from Jordan to Ft. Peck, but you never know...Any info I can get will be a lot more than I currently have, so thanks in advance.

Routes / Ticonderoga NY to Western Mass.
« on: October 27, 2005, 11:24:04 pm »
Does anyone out there have any experience/knowledge about the best route south from Ticonderoga NY to Western Mass.?  I'm looking particularly at route 22 vs. 22A.  Any help would be great- thanks.

Routes / Across the Great Lakes
« on: October 25, 2005, 11:53:43 pm »
My wife and I are doing a cross country tour next summer from Oregon to Mass.  We're using a combination of the Lewis and Clark route and the N. Tier going west to east.  We are thinking of trying to take ferries across the Great Lakes rather than going down and around to Buffalo NY.  Does anyone have any experience with this approach?  Any ideas?

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