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... to leave and I get ready to go check the place out. It turns out the guy on the three wheeler is 70 years old and the father of the other guy in coveralls. This older gent had to pay big bucks to convert his bike to three wheels but he said this was the only way he could keep riding with his son. They were on their way home to Missouri! Friendly bunch, these good old farm boys! Wait a minute; the one in the back looks a little like Bo Duke, Dukes ...
... us pointing to our tire. Sure enough flat as a pancake. Our air lifters on the back kept us from feeling the pull. Now what? We are in the middle of nowhere in Wyoming, between two small towns of Alpine and Etna.
Okay, lets see what AAA can do for us. Fortunately we had cell phone service and made the call. Forty minutes later help arrived. They changed the ...
... whereas the ones I recall from Arizona look more weather-worn. Some of these rock mounds look like giant landfills thta got dumped in people’s backyads. In Price, Utah it is 7 Degrees this morning. A lot of ranches have their horses out in the fileds. I know horses are cold weather animals, but to me it seems a little cold to have them out with no protection. I wish they would go out ...
Have been a bit hectic. We've been trying to get back onto some sort of schedule in an effort to make Alaska before we are forced to turn back. We chose to cross the country on I-70 to be able to visit my friend Dave and his family in Denver, ride Fruita, Colorado and absolutely to ride Moab, Utah (my favorite place to bike). We'll then be poised to stop by to visit Skip and Bonnie in Boise, Idaho...but I'm getting ahead of myself. We woke on Tuesday with a short three and a half ...
... in three days was amazing. We rode through a large canyon almost the entire time, passing through the Wasatch Mountains in the Utah Valley.
It was stunning. On the Northwest side the mountains were green and lush and snow-covered. On the Southeast side they were dry and rocky, with large crumbling canyons on both sides. I'm not exactly a rock climber, but there were some slabs that looked like really ...