Holiday Inn Chico
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We left Arata early due to warnings about construction delays on route 299. We had to be in Chico before 4 for the brewery tour at Sierra Nevada.
The route we took (299) was a great road for the bike, but the construction delays were a bit of a downer. I liked several of the small towns we rode through, especially Weaverville.
We made it to Chico by 1:30 and checked into the hotel to get ready for the tour.
... and it totally looks more serious than what Emily made it out to be, so of course I get nervous as I hadn’t thrown a ball or picked up a mit in over 10years. We warm up and I throw a few loose balls, laugh it off, but secretly on the inside I am shaking in my boots at the thought of letting her team down haha. The game starts and I put my hand up to play outfield because its less intense and I didn’t want to take any members of the team ...
... weak, and tired. Not a good situation considering the trail cumulatively climbed 6000 feet in the next 20 miles. I dragged for 10 miles, having climbed 3700 feet by then. Finally I stopped at 12pm, ate lunch and took an hour nap. That nap totally revitalized me. I got my power back and got the kick back in my stride. The rest of the climb ...
... The sunrise was magnificent this morning. From the cliff where I was camped, I had an amazing view of the valley below shrouded in clouds, a total cloud inversion. The sun arose from the mountains on the other side of the valley. That was my view as I had breakfast. My tarp, ground cloth, and bug mesh were wet due to the condensation. I dislike packing wet gear. I was able to dry out the gear around 9 miles later over a ...
... that bad. From 3000 feet to 6000 feet, the climbing was gradual. I was under thick tree canopy for most of it. I may have said it before, and I'll say it again. I am loving this canopy. When the canopy does open up, you have majestic vistas of the mountains just full of so many pine trees. I can't remember seeing so many pine trees in my life. The dominant tree here is the white fir (at least I think ...