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This ride breathes and coils. Sometimes big climbs, other times flick woodsy singletrack turns. Logan's route inscribes dirt road motifs in a more expansive land's humps and berms and valleys movement.
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Wide graveled ranch road hours, an exaggeration of mostly straight precision for dirt and verge, so when it zags curves and ends at a iron gateway with a name wrought into the arch, we detect […]
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In Japan we followed roads in the densest cities with glinting rolling boxes and chirping screens and orderly crosswalks as if from a polished wood future, roads swaying up peaks into greys greens with pavement glinting from recent or hinting rains, some roads that are hardly intact anymore, forlorn tracks between trees.
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Tasmania registers a conceptual far away, even to the Aussies among us. Sparse like a poem with just a few words on each line, gappy typesetting the distances over open spaces .
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We'll visit some sites from tour and guidebooks, mostly we'll be breath slowing across landscapes to find less insistent beauty, the beauty in the ordinary things in their ordinary state.
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Everywhere is in our imagination before we go and even after, but Japan unusually so. Landscapes outside of temporal location, in the city it's dense quiet incandescent tidy shoulder to shoulder bullet train shoe fall spider web of communication lines vending machines shrines at the foot of glass sheen. We'll try incompetent noodle slurp, we'll drink beer with men with loosened collars and identical sloppy knot black ties, we'll stand quizzically in front of blinking lights for some sort of tawdry robot show.
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We've been navigating using Komoot, a sophisticated adventure planning program with an excellent web interface and the nicest smartphone app in the genre.
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