Juniper Well Ranch
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Alright mis amigos. It's after midnight which means it is officially May 6! And we know what that means. Shuttle departs in 3.5 hours. My Osprey Aether 60 is packed, weight distributed, Obōz waterproofed, passport ready for inspection. Final pack weight: 20 lbs. (trimmed from 29 lbs. which was no bueno.) I am leaving you a farewell gift. Although I am the one doing the pilgrimage, this is my way of saying to everyone that ...
... with a load on my back. I did, however, have to upgrade a few things and buy a couple of new things.
New stuff: As many people know I went to the dark side of
society back in February and threw out my landline telephone and bought an
iPhone. No regrets or second thoughts about that decision. I love my phone and
all the apps and things I can do with it. The two biggest reasons for deciding
that this was the time to get ...
... as we descended in to Cottonwood without realising it was Jerome and we did wonder how people got up there from the bottom of the valley. No we knew how, as we began to drive another section of tight switchbacks. Harry kept saying how amazing the roads had been today and also that they would make for 'orgasmic cycling'. I don't really know what that means, but I would rather use a car any day of the week. Jerome itself was built on the steep side of the mountain in a series ...
There were stars last night above our tent and inside it; the air in the desert is super-dry, and when rubbed against the nylon of a sleeping bag, dog hair makes FANTASTIC shooting sparks of static electricity. Jake has a long coat with fine guard hairs; by morning, he looked as though he'd spent the night on a Tesla generator, and leaning in to hug him was like walking face-first into a spiderweb. In all seriousness though, what greeted us in the morning was absolutely stunning. Our ...
... The road is in excellent condition, far better than anything in the UK and with very little traffic.
Prescott marks the start of the high desert and is another 'cowboy' town.
60 miles of strenuous riding in warm/hot sun so we felt we had earned a couple of local beers purely for medicinal purposes taken on a sun drenched roof bar.
Now for a steak!
Chris and ...