Photos from Muskego, WI through Cupertino, CA

Hi honeys, we’re home!
You’ll get a full ride report eventually (hopefully within the month), but in the meantime, here are your Leg 3 photos. 😉

A pretty field out in Wisconsin:

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Posing with a Big Fake Cow:

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Bikes with Mt Rushmore:

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The dirt roads in western South Dakota are gorgeous:

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Wyoming had some gorgeous roads, too!

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Wild horses in Wyoming:

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Fun twisties in Colorado:

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More dirt, this time in Nevada:

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8 Responses to Photos from Muskego, WI through Cupertino, CA

  1. Ken Haylock says:

    Huzzah! Welcome home!

  2. AtlasRider says:

    Congrats! Can’t wait for the trip report

  3. Craig says:

    Welcome Home! Its good to know your back safe and sound.

  4. motomoto says:

    Congratulations on your safe return. I was just out to Gunnison Colorado on a 5K mile trip. Absolutely amazing roads.

  5. Jennie says:

    Very cool photos! I honestly did not know there were still wild horses. Love it.

  6. hieyeglasses says:

    Man, I am truly envious of that place!

  7. Martha says:

    I stumbled on your blog tonight, and just wanted to drop you a note saying how much I enjoyed it — especially the narrative of your solo trip to Wisconsin.
    I’m also a female biker (though considerably older than you, and I wish I’d started as early as you did), also from Wisconsin (Madison), who has never had the balls to do these trips on the bike, but who has taken that same route a couple of times in vehicles. You make it sound so easy, that I’m tempted!
    I was particularly touched by the picture of you and your dad, outside his nursing home, with your bike. My dad was inordinately proud of the fact that I rode a bike, too, but he never got to see me on mine.
    I’ll be back to your site to read more about your trips — and will hope that I “grow a set,” and eventually take one of these trips!

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