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Sunday, February 18, 2007

Our Route

Here's an overview of our route:

These are all of the cities that have a population of 10,000 people or more. There are many smaller towns along the route. If you are in the vicinity of our trip, it would be great if you can host us for a night. We would appreciate a roof over our heads and a homecooked meal. Be forwarned: We will be burning about 4,000 calories each, per day, we just might raid your whole refrigerator! If you cannot provide that, we'd love to camp out in your yard, to save on camping at parks for a fee. If you live further out (50 miles or more), that would be another day's worth of biking. We would prefer if you meet us on the route and give us a ride to your home. However, you must have a bike rack or a way to haul two bikes, eight bags, and 2 bikers.

We'll leave Los Angeles and head down to San Diego.
From there, we'll head East to Arizona, passing through:
Santee, CA
Lakeside, CA
Alpine, CA
El Centro, CA
Brawley, CA
Blythe, CA
Surprise, AZ
Wickenburg, AZ and head North to:
Prescott, AZ
Cedar City, UT and head East through:
Dolores, CO
Montrose, CO
Pueblo, CO
Alexander, KS
Hutchinson, KS
Newton, KS
Girard, KS
Pittsburg, KS
Farmington, MO
Murphysboro, IL
Carbondale, IL
Berea, KY
Radford, VA
Christiansburg, VA
Charlottesville, VA
Mechanicsville, VA
Yorktown, VA, then we head North to:
Fredericksburg, VA
Dale City, VA
Gallaudet, Washington, DC

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