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... the last two days of wind, rain, storms, mud and snow, and we worked out that we will have climbed four passes over 10,000 feet and done over 50 miles of climbing by the end of tomorrow in a five day period. It's been a tough stretch, especially weather wise, but there are only two days to go until a rest day in Del Norte. We cannot wait. Day 49. Wednesday 1st October. Upper Dome Reservoir to Storm King Campground. We both slept amazingly well but woke to a thick frost ...
... was beautiful in the morning sunshine. We had been dubious about finding a bar open at 9am in the morning in the US which would be showing a Southern Hemisphere rugby match (hardly the national sport). But in Breckenridge we did and we had the entire top floor bar to ourselves. It turned out to be one of the best rugby matches we'd ever seen and fortunately South Africa won. For every pint the Saffers had, we got a coffee refill and this served us well on the climb up to Boreas ...
Then spent a few days lazing under pines in the mountains. Now heading northwards towards Rocky Mountain NP. Spectacular scenery in this part of the country, but the mossies & flies are vicious... (you are so right Joyce!)
Hope all's well there....
G & D
... After my muscles warmed up, I was surprised by how efficiently and pain-free it was riding. This was the first day that my legs didn't burn while climbing hills. I also felt decently acclimated. My body really came together at the perfect time. I didn't even need to walk my bike up any of the mountain. I've never really trained for anything physical in my life, so I've never seen this kind of change. It's pretty awesome. There was no bike ...
So, the Rocky Mountains. Where can I start with trying to describe how utterly amazing this piece of preserved perfection is? As we neared, we knew instantly that what we were perceiving was the Rocky Mountains. There was huge expanses of greenery leading up to the mountains which were all full of green pine trees. Streams and bubbling brooks jumped out at us, reflecting the sunlight and soothing us with the sound of running water. Nearing the entrance, we saw some wild deer and ...
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