7/18/20 – A Case for the Judge in West Virginia The day began in Big Stone Gap, Virginia. I biked around town on a Greenway Trail that looped the city, then weighed other biking options with a helpful young woman named Neddie
7/16/20 – The Carolinas The day started in Greenville, South Carolina. From a great many bike trails in and around the city I chose the Swamp Rabbit Trail, partially because of its 30-mile length but mainly because of the beguiling
7/1/20 – Reflections of Sunride 3 Sunride through the Great Plains states is now complete. This is the great wind corridor of the country with thousands of turbines in every state, I saw them in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota,
6/29/20 – Koch Industries, Wichita, Kansas Today was a travel day. Sunride, not able to operate with a blown rear tire, was carried through Kansas. One of the stops I’d hope to make in Kansas was at Koch Industries in
6/22/20 – Rapid City, South Dakota On our first night in Rapid City, South Dakota my cousin Barb came over to our campsite. We sat outside on the picnic table talking. I hadn’t seen her in ten years and we
9/16/19 – Day 13 – Eden, ID – Boyd the Farmer Today I met Boyd the potato farmer, a nice, well-spoken man who was inquiring about my bike and interested in solar energy in general. “I spend $1600 per month
Solar panels for bike Woo woo! My custom-made solar panels arrived today. These modules are super light weight, making them the perfect choice for my overhead solar array. I’ll get busy building a lightweight but sturdy aluminum frame for them.