I posted Part 1. Here’s Part 2 of Seattle Randonneur’s adventures.

Off The Beaten Path

Last week, I posted about the first day of the Seattle International Randonneurs’ Autumn 600 km brevet. When we sent our riders on their way in the early hours of this second morning of the ride, we did not know whether we’d see them again further down the road.

Ryan and I left our motel in Twisp at the crack of dawn and cycled on empty roads up the Methow Valley. It had rained during the night despite a dry forecast – thunderstorms are hard to predict. The roads were wet, but that is what fenders are for.

By the time we reached Mazama, we were hungry. There aren’t many places in North America where you can buy perfect croissants in the middle of nowhere…

It was  a glorious morning, but as we started the climb toward Washington Pass, we could see clouds over the mountains. Did this mean…

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