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... job than a tripod and self timer. He had to scramble to pack and get food for the trail. Let me just say, you should avoid the BBQ sandwiches that you can buy in the camping section at Wal-Mart.
The Continental Divide Trail is obscure at best. Every so often the path of the trail is punctuated by tall posts that mark the way. Good thing. There is no trail. Just let the wind push you from post to post. The Pacific side of the trail is ...
... pie from scratch. We used fresh rhubarb from the garden and I never knew how much sugar goes into making a rhubarb pie! The end result was one tasty pie. What a lovely day!
Ben and I went down to Colorado Springs for a couple of days. We had a great time hanging out with my father and meeting up with my cousin and niece. Being able to hang out with family and friends is just so great!
While down in ...
7:30 came earlier than I wanted it to even though I couldn't wait to get home to surprise my family for my mom's birthday. Bob dropped me off at the BART Train station in Oakland and I waited on the platform in the crisp morning air. The train came and left with me on it and I got through baggage check and security in a half an hour leaving me with time to jump in my seat, sleep and read a chapter in my book! What a productive morning! I was able to sleep on the plane and ...
... of me and goes sailing across to the other side of the road. My immediate reaction not to mention the correct one was "What an *******." Thanks for almost taking me out. Right around this time Gordy was getting a vibration in the front end of his bike so he really took it easy on this downhill.
As fatigue started to set in around the 80 mile mark things started to get a little fuzzy and I just tried to keep the pedals moving as the miles ticked off. ...
... Park is beautiful at ground level, but rising high above was a completely different experience. It was shocking how quiet it was, with the exception of an occasional cow moo, a train, or a dog barking. Seeing devil's thumb at eye level, views of grand lake, the ski resort, and Steamboat out in the distance was quite spectacular.
Our pilot quizzed us on whether we were moving up or down, and after we answered with ...