Finally here a new update of our cycling trip through North America. We've not been able to write an update earlier, because all the villages we cycled through did not have any internet access.
Right after finishing our last report (the moment we left the library) we found that Jan Dirk rear tire was flat: All those gravel roads without any problem and within a village we get a flat tire!? Though this was quickly repaired.
We cycled a long way on the Alaska Highway and now we've left Yukon (Canada) and are cycling south on the Cassiar Highway (Hwy 37) through British Columbia (Canada). This is a very beautiful road with some gravel sections, but mainly paved. This road goes right through the Cassiar Mountains.
Mainly the weather has been nice, but the last two days we've seen some rain and storm (with the wind against us).
So now we've arrived at Bell II and we expect to require at least another three days to travel down the Cassiar Highway and then we'll be on the Yellowhead Highway.
We've met some other cyclists going up north (the other way). Some even started in Argentinia (and are now one and a half year on the road)!
Repairing the flat tire
Innerview of the tent
Campfire at camping site
Canadian cyclists (started in Argentinia)
Do we go downhill here???