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... We also learned that same night that our other good trail friend Stryder Wild had called it quits on his PCT experience after 200 miles and was already back home by the time we read his Facebook post informing us of the change. It was quite a shock to lose Cannonball and Stryder on the same day. They are strong 22 and 21 year old kids who all of us out here loved and expected killer performances from. It was a sharp reminder of what Legend had told me not long ...
... at each other with that "What the heck are we going to do to keep busy for a whole month?" Our motors were still running at the usual 6000 rpm, so we decided to bring 'er down to just above idle- sometimes.
What we have done this past week:
The first two days we walked our wheels and the furry ones pads off. Went into Desert Hot Springs, a distance of four miles, to shop and look around. We acclimated ourselves to resort life somewhat by acquainting ourselves with ...
... Tramway. Now I knew that it was going to go up a mountain and I knew that I was going on a tram. That much I had deduced, but what I didn't know is that this tram is like nothing I have every experienced before. It is actually a round cable car with a rotating floor that swings and sways out over deep, deep gorges! It was the scariest thing that I have ever done. But the view from the top ...
... I got back from my spring break things picked up really quickly.
I have this journal that I got for Christmas that says, "we do not remember days, we remember moments." I find this to be true and this month to be an example of that. Before I sat down to write this month's update, I flipped through my planner to trigger my memory of what happened in March. As soon as I did this, a flood of moments came to mind that I would like to share with you all.
... was ready to be ill. Needless to say I hardly ate any of my breakfast (eggs that were supposed to be scrambled, but weren't, piled on top of revolting hash browns). The idea of biscuits and gravy for breakfast didn't help either!
I made us a salad that night to get over the lingering taste of grease!
That was literally it for Big Bear. For two people who had been on the road for what seemed like forever, it was heaven!