Seattle to Grand Ronde: The Plan
After finding suckers to ride with, I began planning. I wanted to ride
down the coast rather than inland, but didn't think we had time to go
all the way around the Olympic Peninsula. So I decided to take a ferry from
Seattle to Bremerton, cut across to the coast, then head south. I planned on
doing anywhere from 35 to 85 miles per day.
Here is the planned itinerary.
All page numbers are from Kirkendall & Spring, _Bicycling
the Pacific Coast_, 2nd Edition, The Mountaineers, 1990.
- 29 June 1994 (Wednesday) approximately 35 miles
- Take the ferry from Seattle to Bremerton (or perhaps Southworth.
Haven't decided yet.) Ride to Potlatch State Park. (Map, pg. 59)
- 30 June 1994 (Thursday) 73 miles
- Ride to Twin Harbors State Park (Route, pp. 63-68)
- 1 July 1994 (Friday) 85 miles
- Ride to Fort Canby State Park (Route, pp. 68-75)
- 2 July 1994 (Saturday) 57 miles
- Ride to Nehalem Bay State Park (Route, pp. 72-75, 96-102)
- 3 July 1994 (Sunday) 75 miles
- Ride to Grand Ronde. (Route, pp. 102-109)
- 4 July 1994 (Monday) 0 miles
- Party, Dude!
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