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... the junction would have allowed them to catch up, so we quickly took the left turn only to have to turn around half a mile later with sore legs. We arrived in Bigfork pretty early so we dumped our things at the campsite in a beautiful lakeside setting next to Flathead Lake - the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi - had a swim and walked into town past some serious real estate. We needed to stock up on food as the next town is a rugged 152.3 miles and three ...
Hi everyone. After a 4 day stay at Mary Pat and Tom's place in Idaho Falls, Idaho we're back in the saddle again. They were the absolute greatest host & hostess for weary travelers. Appts. set up for haircuts, massages, wonderful food, nice conversations and all other necessary things needed or wanted, not ...
... another case of an extended run being 'in the flow'. The road was a broad two track on which we were able to maintain a consistent 30-40 MPH pace. We followed the creek all the way to it’s end, at which point it intersected the Salmon River.
At this point, the route Claudio had planned took us 5000 ft. up from the Salmon river and over the Blue Nose summit at 8400 feet. We made it up over the summit in good order and were starting ...
... quite remarkable and it was filling too!. Thoughts while Pedaling: I have a confession to make. I didn't tell you what happened at the Adventure Cycling Headquarters in its entirety. You see I was taught by my father never talk about a ladies age or her weight. It's been good advice until now but I'm going to break it now. You see after Betty had her B&W picture taken she was weighed with panniers water and provisions. I'm sorry to say she's fat! She weighed 99 lbs. ...
... wear rain gear. This is probably the worst part. Rain gear doesn’t keep one dry, that is a common misconception. What rain gear does is keep the rain out, and keep the sweat in. So you are pretty much just as soaked at the day. “Why would you do this?” one might ask. It is a reasonable question.
The reason to wear rain gear is because it is warmer. Hypothermia is a real concern when it is cold and rainy. I read a great article in Outside Magazine once where ...