Bicycling 4,174 Miles Across the United States

June 27th Photos

Mile 8 – Nate and Diane climbing Old Haul Road. Libby, MT in the background.

Mile 11 – Heading down Lake Koocanusa on Old Haul Road.

Mile 14 – Kootenai River near the end of Old Haul Road.

Mile 15 – Crossing the Kootenai River looking downstream to Libby, MT

Mile 20 – Libby Dam

Mile 20 – Cross country self supported bikers, Rick and daughter Jesse (making the trip for the second time) from Cincinnati, and Nick, a college student in Outdoor Recreation at Western Washington University. Nick and Jessie, if I had a daughter, I would cherish the opportunity to do what the two of you are doing – best wishes for the best father-daughter experience.

Mile 25 – Lake Koocanusa

Mile 27 – Lake Koocanusa whose shore I paralleled for 48 miles today.

Mile 30 – Lake Koocanusa behind me.

Mile 31 – Lake Koocanusa shoreline Route 37 ahead of me.

Mile 35 – Route 37 along Lake Koocanusa.

Mile 45 – Route 37 and Lake Koocanusa behind me.

Mile 65 – Sun finally came out on approach to Eureka, MT.

Mile 70 – Eureka, MT in sight.

Eureka, MT – View from hotel, Ksanka Inn.

Classic Adventures SAG wagon.

3 responses

  1. Nancy

    Happy anniversary, Steve! Gorgeous photos on this day. It looks like a magical land! Wish I were with you for this special day. L N

    June 29, 2012 at 12:01 pm

  2. Sharon Kahle

    Hi Steve, I love your story and photo of Lake Koocanusa! I would like to ask yourpermission to use mile 27 photo of Lake Koocanusa. It is a beautiful shot! Congrats on your successful ride 4 years ago!
    Sharon Kahle

    June 25, 2016 at 5:59 pm

    • Steve

      Very honored. Please feel free to use the photo.

      June 25, 2016 at 7:37 pm

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