Tioga Pass, part 2

I pedaled for more than two hours before I encountered eastbound traffic, and almost three hours before westbound traffic caught up with me. At that point I quickly got out of the way. One of the first westbound vehicles in the long line of fast-moving traffic on the narrow road was my white Forester, driven by my ace support crew. She honked and waved as she rolled past my comfortable granite refuge.

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4 response to "Tioga Pass, part 2"

  1. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: July 3, 2019

    Good read and excellent photos.
    No question, Hugh’s photos are amazingly beautiful, Ill bet he spends an enormous amount of time in a particular place to capture many of those shots.
    You have to be there when the lighting is just right, which few of us ever experience without above said commitment.
    Great ride and experience — I appreciate being able to get a sense of what Im sure is only a small part of the whole.

  2. By: NancyG Posted: July 6, 2019

    What a plan, and what a ride you had! A fantastic opportunity to be able to cycle that pass with no auto traffic. So glad you plan worked so well. And of course — your photos show the scenery and your experience so very well.

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