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... but I said we should start cause you get to see the best views (and good exercise). At the bottom we pulled off to a park to make some lunch and we got to see a pack of 5 elk with velvet on their heads. Luckily we got there around 9 am and got down from the mountain at noon but as we were coming down there were tons of people making their way up. The early bird gets peace and quiet is what I say. From there we ...
... thanks Joce. Sad that Team Homan lost at their chance to three-peat as Canadian champions, but glad that they rose to the occasion and rallied to the end. As we approached the western end of Nebraska a few snow flakes started flying and as we hit the Wyoming border it picked up and we were glad we only had an hour left to Cheyenne since road conditions worsened again. Lucky that was it for today's plan, since the I-80 ...
... tired, he pulls off the road, pulls out his sleeping bag, tosses it on a soft spot on the ground and he has a makeshift hotel room for the night.
Further west we began to see ranches mixed in with the farms. At one place we saw a herd of black cows huddled together by a windmill, drinking from the vat of well water, and one sole brown bull that seemed to have love on his mind, but was not finding any co-operation from the cow he ...
... were spooked by the loud noise and the next few minutes saw horses in all directions. After a while the ground was littered with cowboy hats and horses that had escaped their cowboys. About 5 horses eventually had saddles on them and 3 cowboys managed to get around the track still on a horse, although one horse turned back just before the line and started going the other way. Hilarious!
The rodeos were great ...
So after completing five consecutive centuries we all thought that the hard work was over but we were surprised with a 75 mile day where we gained a net 3000 feet. The climb was gradual and not noticeable at times but we were combatting a 5-10 mph wind which set our speed to a crawl. We rode every mile though and I got to see my buddy TJ fight through some serious knee pain to ...
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