Hey all! My name's Phuc, y'all can try to guess the last name. It's actually a super easy guess... Prior to COVID-19 I planned a trip from here (SF Bay Area) to Seattle, as a part of a 2 week journey. The original plan was to spend 5-6 days up, hang out for a few days then 5-6 days back. The route was going to be take the Coast up to Seattle, hit crater lake, reno, north lake tahoe rim and back on the way back. Well now that my plans have been pushed 2 months back and with everything still locked down, I'm estimating it's going to be another 2 months before I can fully enjoy everything along the way. In the boredom of lockdown I've been deciding to take a few more days and head all the way up to vancouver and whistler. My trip now will last 16-17 days. I still would like to see all the cool sites, some of which I've jotted down. Avenue of Giants, crater lake, mt hood, mt rainer, the cascades, reno, lake tahoe, mt shasta, etc... I've never been to canada and this would be a perfect opportunity to. While I originally booked a bunch of campsites and reserved a few airbnbs for the trip, a lot of things have changed. I originally was going to convert my fz07 to be more touring capable but looking at dirt roads of the PNW made me reconsider. I've since picked up a 1996 DR650 and am working to get her adv ready, doing all the must do mods such as the NSU screws, airbox snorkel, drills, etc etc. Now I'm a fairly novice adv rider, my experiences on dirt living in the bay area have been private roads and dirt tracks leading off of the santa cruz mountains and big sur. While I'm not totally inexperienced off road I find being 5'6 with a 29 inch inseam a little difficult when the terrain gets extra gnarly. I have here the GENERAL route and direction I would like to take, but if there are must see sights along the way please let me know and I will change my trip to accommodate those destinations. I have been lurking here for years drooling over many of your adventures and while there is a slight setback to mine, I feel like it has granted me a chance to really do things right. While many of you can make the ride up in 2-3 days I prefer to take my time to enjoy the little coastal towns along the way, and also I wanted to do some dirt riding and photography. I also like setting up camp a little early and hiking around to explore the woods. Leg Up: link Leg Down: link And lastly, if anyone is interested in this trip please let me know, it would be awesome to meet new folks and embark on this journey. While I am prepared to embark on this adventure alone (I've always done solo adventures), if this sparks the slightest of interest from anyone, let me know and if possible we could work some things around. I have no real start day yet, still have to wait for shutdown restrictions to be lifted and the canadian border to open up to dirtbags like me.