What happened?

We finished! As of July 18, all my journal entries and pictures are now on-line, and corrections have been made to spelling, lost pictures, etc:

Day 1, June 22: Gig Harbor to Port Townsend

Day 2, June 23: Port Townsend to Bellingham

Day 3, June 24: Bellingham to Sechelt

Day 4, June 25: Sechelt to Comox (courtesy John Hornby)

Day 5, June 26: Comox to Parksville

Day 6, June 27: Parksville to Victoria

Day 6, June 27: The REAL Story

Day 8, June 29: Victoria to Dosewallips

Day 9, June 30: Dosewallips to Gig Harbor


If you see a picture, you can click on it for a larger version - be aware these are100-200K in size, and may take awhile to load, depending on your modem speed.

By the way, if you have any jottings/musings, etc you'd like me to post about this trip, just send in an email - as part of the body, or an attachment, and I'll try to incorporate them into this site.


What was it?

Nine scenic days, eight nights of camping, seven ferry boat rides, six hundred miles, five islands, four compass points, three meals a day, two countries and one train ride. Here's an outline of our itinerary.

Who are we?

Twenty people (more or less) who pooled our time, knowledge and money for a laid-back, long-distance bike trip from Gig Harbor north around Puget Sound, the Srait of Georgia, and back again. Here's a list of participants, with names and email addresses

When did we go?

June 22 thru June 30.

Where did we go?

Here's a map of our general route, with links to a summary of each day's trip.

What else is inside?

Links: this page is filled with links to other web sites which might be of interest about our trip. If you find more you think might be of general interest, let me know.



web drone: Al Truscott; email:

cedarhollow@earthlink.net or truscott.a@ghc.org