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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Acknowledgements

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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.

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Wendy Strutin Riedy for archiving the newsletters on her WWW site, http://outthereliving.com


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