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-100 push ups -Clean Up Host -Get Fired Up inside (that's a first) -Hop on bikes with Leash, Carlee, Jacob, and Lauren at 5:44am -Beautiful Sunrise and it's surprisingly cool outside -Headwinds -How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (Jacob: "If this were an actual movie in an actual theatre, this is the point I would stand up and walk out.") -So many hills, the hugest rollers -Lunch Time, the sun is starting ...
Today I traveled through the Sierra Madre Mountains from Pine Valley, California to El Centro, California. At one point, we reached the Tecate Divide at 3,890 feet. There were very many STEEP ups and downs!!!!!! I rode through Live Oak Springs and a town called Boulevard and on to the remote town of Jacumba which is at 3,000 ft.
On the way we saw lots ...
... Wikipedia said ;) Anyway, the Salton Sea is a shallow lake above the San Andreas fault line and formed in 1905 when the Colorado River flooded. It is 229 feet below sea level (yes, below) and has a salinity factor greater than the Pacific Ocean and is also the largest lake in ...
I'm sorry for my last post. Not exactly holiday cheer, was it? But I just had to talk about it because it's haunting me, and it's worse today. There are some images I just can't get out of my mind. Anyway, sorry again and I willtry hard to have my next post more upbeat. I'm on my way to San Luis Potosi today to see a dear friend Carlos, and his wonderful family. We grew quite close when I lived in SLP about 15 years ago. I'm very excited to see them again and spend Christmas ...
... and saw two bodies on the ground face down a few metres from the van. They were not not moving but groaning slightly. Then a man, the driver, running to the bodies and shaking them, calling their names. And an elderly woman, shockingly she seemed fine, who was pleading with me to help her husband, help her get him out of the van. I looked inside the wreckage and there was an old man, moving slightly, with blood on his head. I did not smell gasoline or see any fire so I ...