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I've just completed my first week of this tour. I am currently relaxing on my day off in a motel in Walla Walla, Washington.
The inevitable tests of grit have come early in the form of hills that climb for many miles, headwinds that make you want to turn around and go home, and one fifty mile stretch with no water stops to be found. Though the daily routine has been a grind at times, my heavy bike ...
... did have a bit of wind, but Mike handled that with no problem.
We left the beautiful serene wheat fields of Walla Walla and pretty soon, there was mostly just dirt. We eventually ran into some water ways and then finally some big beautiful pine trees. Welcome to Spokane! Our niece Molly goes to school here. With in a very few minutes we were in Idaho instead, driving along the hills where Jim and Carol have their ranch. and then Pow Bam, you are ...
It's Tri Day!
Mike had his Onion Man Triathlon here in Walla Walla, Wa. We aren't sure where the onions are. So far all we have seen is wheat, but...
The course is run from a water reservoir along farm country and through town by one of the many colleges. It's a beautiful day. The water is in the 60's, there is no wind at the start of the swim. It's two laps around the course and then up the ramp to the bikes for the ...
... trying to get into the park (One a very narrow dirt road) that they just stopped and parked where they were. Unfortunately that meant getting out was very tight and we had to take turns trying to go. We made it finally and the trip home only took another 1 1/2 hours.
Tomorrow is Mikes Tri. The Walla Walla Onion Triathlon. But all we can find is hundreds of acres of wheat. Where do they keep the onions???
... could go have a little fun alone.
A friend of Mikes had recommended Sweet Basil Pizza in old down town. Cool little place that serves pizza that has such thin crust it's more like a cracker. Good stuff! Mike enjoyed a 1/2 bottle of wine with his and got to watch some baseball on the big screen.
We then strolled to the book store to get him a few new books. He is reading NelsonDeMille's books and seems to really enjoy the intrigue mixed with a great sense of ...
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