The first five riders show up at Rest Stop #1... And keep going. Hey y'all could at least wave back!
Finally some customers. The fuzzy affect is on purpose, to convey motion.
Roger Vale brought this impressive Lightning Recumbent, with windscreen and navigational aid (barely visible through the window)
Some world travelers at Rest Stop #1.
Note the unusually clear signage (on pole)
Another photo of break-takers.
NCBC puts its stamp on the famous Wilsonville Portapotty.
Our hot tea reciple, concocted with rare herbs proves popular with Tim. Hot just-about-anything would have too.
Jerry discovered that they had real hot coffee inside the convenience store.
Branson sharing tips for surviving the rest of the ride. The temperature's going down, and the rain is picking up...
Dean's average speed so far? Sixteen MPH if I recall correctly.
These mini-muffins just weren't selling. Fresh fruit please.
Our helpful sweepers give us the all clear to take the goodies up to Rest Stop #3.
Esther spots a bluebird determined to hold on until the weather catches up.
The bluebird makes a run for it.
Volunteers stand in groups at the start-finish. We had to move around to keep the circulation going.
Riders & helpers enjoying hot burgers & beans. Three days before, it topped seventy degrees!
Esther wanted a treetop photo. She's been standing in the cold for several hours now.
OK, she wanted another picture of trees.
This one is trunkier.
Oblique view of porta-potty, destined for an art show somewhere.