The Trail's End
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... lovely. Just normal small town folks all with a story and very content in their lives. The temperature did not get above zero until 1pm but the sun was shining so it was not so bad. We drove 475km today. The first 150km on freeway at 120+km/hr which was a dream. Still lots of trucks but the cruise control may have been disengaged twice for the whole length. Then after fuel we were off to a smaller road but just as good. ...
The Deleganes Gang slept in; got close to missing breakfast. After debating about staying another week the decision was made to move on to other adventures. Hard choice. The girls all went down to the corral with Wrangler Judy and said goodbye to their horses. All our "stuff" had to migrate back to the trailer - painful an armful at a time. Julia made one last pass through the camp store to buy a sweat shirt. Somewhere around 10:30 we ...
... spirit was tame
Couldn't see all the cards in my hand.
And the wind whipped the granite above me
Blew the tumbleweeds clean through my soul.
I fought her winters, busted her horses
And I took more than I thought I could stand,
But the battle with the mountains and cattle
Seem to bring out the best in a man.
I guess a sailor, he needs ...
... big police station in Sinclair (the town only has 4-500 inhabitants). Afterwards I started thinking about the enormous resource this nation has to allocate to prevent new terrorist attacks from Arab jihadists.
Up at Seminoe I chose a top spot with a fine view of the lake and started my usual campfire. Suddenly a young boy came over to me with a plate in his hand and said that his mother ...
... and with mountains surrounding us on three sides. Our trail got extremely steep all of a sudden as we began our ascent to the saddle. We could make out a large wooden stake which marked the top of the saddle, but it would only be reached at the end of a 350 foot climb over a quarter mile.
Things got a bit scary as Lily started to have trouble breathing about 100-150 feet from the top. It was windy and a bit cold and the mix of ...