I too am almost done. I left home on May 16th and rode the 4 east coast roads on my way up to NYC to see my son-in-law graduate from law school and my daughter graduate from college. After my wife and son flew back home to GA from Boston, I rode up to Madawaska to begin the USA4CTX. On the way to Blaine, WA, I rode the Lolo Pass and the WA 20. On the way back from WA I rode the Beartooth and Chief Joseph Highway and the whole Mt. Rushmore to Keystone ride.
I made if from Orlando to Key West and back in a day which just about knocked me out of the ride, but after a couple of days home for the July 4th celebration with the family, I finished in San Ysidro. On the way to California, I rode the Montrose to Durango, CO ride. After arriving in California, I proceeded to complete the 19 remaining National Parks I had to visit and in also another one of the 15 from Morro Bay to Montery. Once I had left Lassen Volcanic, the last of the National Parks, I headed to Lake Tahoe for an overnight rest before riding US 50 from Carson City, NV to Ely, NV and beyond to Scipio, UT. Today, I rode from Scipio, UT to Torrey and then the UT 12 to Bryce Canyon, UT. I continued South to Springerville, AZ through the heat, lightning and rain.
Tomorrow, I will ride the AZ 191 to Three Way and then ride on over to TX. I should be able to complete the 3 sisters on Monday and then head on back to Macon, GA. Hopefully, I will see some of you over the Labor Day weekend for the TFC and then I will ride the Going to the Sun Highway on my way back to GA from BC.
I am looking at 21000 since leaving home in May. And kudos to the SCMA for the great rides they sponsor.