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Today was a more of a challenging ride than I realized from the bike map elevation charts, as I toured through the Kootenai National Forest. Up and down the winding roads I was overwhelmed by the ...
... always lived in different cities and travelled in different circles. We had a comfortable relationship, but we weren't crazy close.
Then, Cathy saw this movie. You know the movie, if you know of the camino. It's The Way. So, she watches the movie, and something in her jumped at the idea of doing it herself. But doing it alone was kind of daunting, so (in my mind) God dropped me on her heart. She emailed me to watch the movie, and the moment I finished watching ...
... swim in a Canadian Lake. Ate dinner and took a half mile walk around the lake. Ellie started qestioning my hunting/hiking skills at 5 miles and dark and no survival gear. She stayed good humored though since we were seeing deer and ...
... 100. They do have a free campsite along the river through town, which happens to be a great swimming hole. I've created an acronym, my most productive construction over the last ten days. ACB stands for Adventure Cycling ********. Occasionally my maps leads off the highways onto lesser travelled country roads, which is generally a good thing. However, I even further occasionally encounter a route ...
... to wonder how things
happen to turn out the way they do and what our role is in any of it.
What looked like a rotten deal, forced to town early, missing Dickey
Lake and the Tunnel, turns around to be one of the high points of the
week. Enter Kyle Karlson, an unassuming young man on a mountain bike,
loaded down and dusty, asking me about the camping in the park. I
offered him a glass of cold water, a banana and a chair in the shade,
then filled him in ...