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  1. I left home at about 05:30 and transferred downtown, to Woodinville P&R where I actually started at around 07:30 (I'm guessing here).
  2. I followed the planned route along the Sammamish River Trail to the East Lake Sammamish Parkway, via Marymoor Park where the Cirque du Soleil was setting up a performance.
  3. I learned that the East Lake Sammamish Trail is paved in Redmond, but turns into gravel once it enters Sammamish (the city).  I wasn't riding along it, but was observing it as I rode along the shoulder of the East Lake Sammamish Highway.
  4. I stopped by at a Fred Meyer in "North Issaquah" to use the facilities, then proceeded through Issaquah and along the Issaquah-Hobart Highway, where I met up with my route from last week.  I then proceeded up lots of hills, which were slow but not difficult.
  5. Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
    Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
  6. Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
    Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
  7. You can see that I met up with SR-169 here.
  8. Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
    Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
  9. The next leg ran along the shoulder of SR-169 here, until I eventually met up with the Cedar River Trail again, at the same location where I found the shoes last time.
  10. Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
    Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
  11. Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
    Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
  12. However, the shoes were gone!
  13. As before, I headed northwest along this trail, but not after I was alerted of the opportunity to meet someone I had previously only known from my Google+ bicycling circle.
  14. Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
    Picasa Web Albums - Neil Hodges
  15. A short while after this, I met up with this cyclist, and we chatted at a park while I fueled up on my remaining sandwich.
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