United States – Part 1

We crossed the border into the United States on 29th August  – with our first stop near Eureka, Montana. To see a map of our route, click here.

For information on talks and events along the way, click here.

Sun 29th August – Rexford

Mon 30th – Whitefish

Weds 1st September – Essex, Glacier National Park

Thurs 2nd – East Glacier Park

Sat 4th – Cut Bank

 Sun 5th – Conrad

Mon 6th – Great Falls

Thurs 9th – Cascade

Fri 10th – Holter Lake

Sat 11th – Helena

Tues 14th – Townsend

Weds 15th – Bozeman

Thurs 16th – Livingstone

Fri 17th – Gardiner

Sat 18th – Norris, Yellowstone National Park

Sun 19th – Grant, Yellowstone National Park

Mon 20th – Colter Bay, Teton National Park

Tues 21st – Jackson Hole

Thurs 23rd – Bondurant

Fri 24th – Pinedale

Sat 25th – Farson

Sun 26th – Rock Springs

Tues 28th – Wamsutter

Weds 29th – Rawlins

Fri 1st October – Medicine Bow

Sat 2nd – Laramie

Mon 4th – Fort Collins

Tues 5th – Frederick

Sat 9th – Denver

Sat 16th – Colorado Springs

Sun 17th – Pueblo

Mon 18th – Walsenburg

Tues 19th – Trinidad

Weds 20th – Cimarron

Thurs 21st – Angel Fire

Fri 22nd – Taos

Mon 25th – Espanola

Tues 26th – Santa Fe



  1. Great to hear from you and Huw, know you are having a great adventure in helping people know about the Shelterbox program. Thursday, October 21st is great as it is one of our Rotary club meeting days. My only concern is that when you leave Raton, NM to come to Angel Fire, you must ride over a 10,000 foot mountain pass and Angel Fire’s elevation is 8,400 feet, where we receive a lot of snow in the winter. It usually starts sometime during early October. We will keep our fingers crossed that you will be able to ride to our community. Lodging will be arranged. Please keep us posted.

    Past District Governor Dennis Edwards
    Phone: 575-377-1078

  2. Good to hear of your progress. Know you needed a few days off while the tandem is being serviced. Try to get some rest. Things are still bright and sunny in Angel Fire averaging in the low to mid 60’s during the day, but down into the 20’s at night. Only have had snow on the very highest peaks which has melted off. We expect some possible precipitation early next week. Do you plan on arriving in Angel Fire on the afternoon of October 20th and then speaking at our Rotary club noonday meeting on the 21st.?

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