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... died. Confusing I agree. We had 2 relaxing days and left on Tuesday morning for Twin Falls Idaho. It was a 7 hour drive thru some different scenery. We went from desert to high country above the tundra line. We got caught in a huge thunderstorm one of those ones where you can't see more than 10 feet in front of the ...
... I just sat up as high in the saddle as I could to catch as much of the blessed west wind as I could. A human sail. Cruising at 20 mph without pedaling for long stretches, I still felt the wind pushing at my back.
It is just another reason why I ride. I was just waiting for the air to suddenly change directions, to swing around to pummel me as it has so often in the last few weeks. When it didn't, I heard my cousin Charlene's voice telling me ...
For the next 3 weeks I will be a mental traveler and a virtual cyclist as I follow my BAC friends across The Great Basin of Nevada, the canyon lands of Utah and into the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. I am home to be with my daughter as she graduates high school and prepares for reporting ...
... border. We were looking forward to driving through desert, a terrain that neither of us had much experience with, but to our disappointment it appeared that the more desert-ish parts of the state did not lay in our path. We still kept a sharp eye out for cacti, however, and before too long the turf beneath the scrubby bushes changed from soil to sand. Although Cactus Watch was sadly not a successful endeavor, we were happy to at least get a flavor of desert as we ...
was absolutely beautiful. We kept following it and following it and
I was thinking, this lake has to be 20 miles long, when all of a
sudden we past a sign that says 20 mile beach access, so I wasn't so
far off my thinking. They had water front property that was $40,000,
but the lake had looked like it had already dropped 40 feet from
where the last people had built. Still all in all a beautiful lake,
but if it ...