San Isabel Bed And Breakfast
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... light snow, but soon progressed into a heavy snowfall. Because we were well wrapped up and climbing constantly, however, we felt pretty warm except for the usual cycling ice blocks for feet. And with a white covering, the surroundings looked all the more stunning: white peaked mountain tops and corridors of aspens lined with a white carpet, the bright snow setting off the fiery orange of the leaves and softly highlighting the deer which regularly danced across the ...
... wasn't long before they unleashed. We've had some tough days on the Divide: days riding into headwinds like the day up and over Middlewood Hill when we had to stop early; days through torrential rain and storms like the ride from Fernie to Eureka and Big Sandstone Creek to Routt National Forest; days when it's so muddy your drive chain jams repeatedly like Aspen Alley; days when the trail surface is painfully rutted and wash boarded but also covered in deep sand and gravel like the ...
... CO. Filled up on fuel and oil (sustained 8k rpms on the Vstrom through OK for hours on end seems to have burned about 1 qt), and found our way to the trail. From here on out we'll call the Trans America Trail the "TAT". 3 letter acronyms seem to be all the rage these days, so lets jump on board. The TAT is a system of gravel/dirt roads, forest roads, atv trails, mountain passes, etc from E TN to the ...
... approached me and started reciting some kind of demented poem about blood running down a woman's skin. He shopped inside and suddenly yelled his frustrations of not locating the cheese in the dairy section. He saw that he had my gaze and directed the cheese rant at me. We were loading up our bikes and Cheese Man came out and continued his blood poem and cheese rant. Amazingly, Kirsty just started taking to him about how hard it was to find ...
... as the trail was just so good and there was so much to look at. After a while, we had to hike through small patches of snow which, turned into even larger patches of snow. I was wearing £20 trainers from mountain warehouse and jenny was wearing her running trainers. Obviously, we were completely unprepared; feeing even more so as we passed avid hikers with all the gear (including snow shoes) but we soldiered on, trying to prove that we could walk over the snow (with ...