Caryl and Brian's World Bike Tour

USA and Canada - 1997

Go Back

FDR's house in New York - July 2, 1997

The country's oldest running ferry, Vermont - July 9, 1997

Once again we pass another state line - July 11, 1997

A place where "everybody knows your name" - July 15, 1997

Water wheel at an old time New England iron works - July 18, 1997

Minuteman statue in Lexington, Mass - July 19, 1997

New England was the home to many textile factories at the turn of the 20th century - July 19, 1997

Picturesque bay off the coast of Maine - July 31, 1997

Hunting for a feast of mussels right off the coast - August 1, 1997

The ideal cabin. Small with the ocean right out back - August 2, 1997

Yes it rains a lot on the east coast - August 10, 1997

Look at what this lobster trap caught - August 11, 1997

A bicycle built for 33 in Quebec - August 20, 1997

How'd you like to tour on one of these - August 25, 1997

Look where the US/Canada border passes. Where do this building owners pay taxes? - October 1, 1997

A page out of history along the Erie Canal - October 7, 1997

Caryl returns to her home town - October 9, 1997


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We'd like to thank my father, Charles Johnson, whose diligent mail forwarding and other logistical support make this journey far easier than it could be otherwise.


Wendy Strutin Riedy for archiving the newsletters on her WWW site,

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