I said bye-bye to Randy.
Dear Randy, my teacher
I am safe and I am inGunnison,CO, Tomorrow, Bamboo bike will cross Rocky Mt. will pass Monarch Pass(11,312ft), which is one of the pass of Rocky Mt. Today morning it was cloudy , so I am afraid of rain or snow, but it was not rain or snow. And weather of tomorrow will be fine(30% chance of rain). If it will snow or rain, it will be OK, I will think neutral you taught me. I think we Japanese should think organic life and love the earth and social cost such like you and Americans. I respect you and Americans. I never forget your kindness and sweet tomato and a cup of coffee and your beautiful farms and your store. Let's keep in touch, Randy, my teacher. I will read "one straw revolution". I will continue studying, and make efforts to contribute public society both in Japan and America, and all over the world. P.S. My letter's paper is made from bamboo in Japan, it contains social cost(20% higher price than ordinary papers) Takashi 2010/10/4
bamboo bike started biking aim to Glen canyon National Rec Area, Hite. At Hanksville bamboo bike felt hungry so ate breakfast "Ham and; eggs". Today was easy ride because wind followed bamboo bike and almost downhill. It was collaboration between wind and bamboo!
Takashi 2010/9/29@Glen canyon Hite Rec Area