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... to go). Did he understand me?
I gave it a go, drove for 20 kilometers without any sign, and it felt wrong, so I went back found another service station and they told me to continue.
It was evening now and I had been on the bike for quite a few hours now, so I was starting to get tired and hungry. I knew I wouldn't make it to Lake Como until the next day, but it didn't matter. That is part of the experience. Make a loose plan and ...
... for more than a minute. Too cold, so I started rolling down the pass. It was still a good drive, but I was looking forward to dry roads and warm fingers.
Lots of bikers now, most of them on new sporty looking bikes. I had to be careful in some of the sharp turns as my exhaust would scrape the tarmac it I turned to aggressively. So if it had been a race, I would have been Captain Slow.
... the main town of Mals. Here I come across another--much uglier--fortress: a concrete dome in the middle of the field that looks like a grim reminder of another war: World War II. Mals is a larger towns, with all the shops I need to stock up on supplies--and some cool towers to give it some character. I've gotten my second wind and am really enjoying this Superhike once again. However, I'm getting the feeling that this is a ...
... of towns under one government. I guess it's more efficient that way, but that means fewer parkbenching points for me. I'm walking downhill now. I barely notice when I crossed my 4th Alpine pass this time. This pass was still below the treeline, and surrounded by families out for a stroll, it didn't feel like a rugged conquest, as the crossing of Splugenpass from Italy to Switzerland did. Soon the valley flattens out a little and there's ...
Day 285 6 hrs, 16.6 kms The valley gradually narrows into a gorge, and I leave the grassy fields behind. Luckily there's a trail through the forest along the rushing turbulent river. It's a popular area for camping--there's a fun looking (but unfortunately locked) rope/cable bridge across the river and an "Indian Camp" a cluster of teepees I guess for young folks to have a Native American style camping experience (this is Austria, right?). And then ...