Caryl and Brian's World Bike Tour

USA and Canada - 1998

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We're on the road once again in New Mexico headed north. One more pass under our belts - May 10, 1998

That fuzzy rat is the real newsletter author. Caryl just pretends - May 10b, 1998

Happy Birthday to you - May 12, 1998

What do you do when a headwind howls? Brian takes a nap. - May 14, 1998

When the wind howls, Caryl recruits help - May 18, 1998

This is actually just a small canyon in New Mexico. Not even close to the Grand Canyon - May 20, 1998

Bryce canyon is so cool - May 28, 1998

This was one of our most memorable campsites ever - June 2, 1998

Brrrrrr. This much snow on Bald Mtn pass even in June - June 10, 1998

The west always offers fantastic vistas - June 24, 1998

A store full of antiques in Wyoming - June 26, 1998

This thing did what? - June 27, 1998

What experience does the bottom person have in this 2 story outhouse? - June 27, 1998

This is our most favorite National Park - July 10, 1998

You just can't beat this view in Waterton Lakes NP in Canada - July 16, 1998

This is the largest Tonka truck we've ever seen - July 19, 1998

These fellows were headed to Ushuaia. Wonder if they ever made it? - August 9, 1998

The world's largest fly fishing rod - August 12, 1998

Note the "Bike Food" sign - August 27, 1998

This is one of those amazing Washington volcano made mountains - September 6, 1998

A favorite eating place for my former work buddies - October 10, 1998

Back to the tropics of Baja California - October 28, 1998

Pretty ocean but dry desert as we head to La Paz, Mexico - October 30, 1998

Food at the end of the day is always a treat to look forward to even in the dry Baja desert - November 3, 1998


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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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