The Wilderness Lodge and Hot Springs
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We had a picnic lunch at the bottom then drove to the Middle Fork hiking trail which ran along the Gila River ending up at a Hot Springs which reaches 140 degrees. ...
... last night and made some phone
calls. Today we are hunkered down against thirty mph gust of wind
caused by a dipping jet-stream that will deliver yet another “
Attic Blast” to the North-East. Still the sun shines and the
temperature might reach into the seventy’s while the birds continue
to feed and drink at the little Oasis we have created here. This
afternoon we will walk the ...
... of "HELP!" in case anyone might miraculously be close enough by to hear me. I wasn't hopeful.
Within a minute or so I realized that I could lighten the weight on my foot by off loading all the gear that was strapped to the bike. I was able to reach the strap buckles and release them both, and off fell the three pieces of gear that I routinely travel with: my waterproof duffle; my rolled up thermarest; and the bag containing my tent. With this weight off the bike, I ...