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Take the bus 'cause I don't have a car

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I biked to Smith in 2001 from Roslyn. It was 268 miles one way and it took 4 days. I met my son there and he brought the gear, we climbed about 4 days and then drove home. You find out where the hills are that way. It's basically 40 miles of mostly uphill going south from Biggs Junction on the Columbia River to the little town of Kent. That was brutal on a hot summer day.

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Not index, but I knew a guy who took the bus from seattle and got off at a bus stop near the base of whitehorse and climbed it. (the whitehorse glacier route)


It's called the 230 that goes from Smokey Point to Darrington. I took that bus when having the Prarie Adventure. 1$ each way from home, now bad. I just might climb White Horse the same way by taking the bus, unless one or more of the people wanting to go does not want to bus.

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