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... only 1 in 5 who start the PCT will finish it and that by the first 200 miles you will lose almost 20% of the herd. Another 300 miles and we'll lose another 20%. Big cuts in the early phases shock lots of us and sting quite a bit to lose friends you have just barely made. But it is a solemn testament to the fact to no one is guaranteed a Pacific Crest Trail thru hike. It is not an entitlement but a privilege to be fought for and only through fiercely dedicated ...
Around 10:30 we pulled into Kingman, AZ, and headed onto the Historic Route 66 Loop road heading to Oatman, AZ about 27 miles down the road. As we drove on Route 66 through Kingman, we once again saw many old motels, etc., with the vintage Route 66 signs still there. As we traveled further down 66 both of us were surprised at how many people still lived along the road even after we got past the area of Kingman. The area was a very dry desert terrain with ...
Well after battling car issues... I was in an crash, not my fault, and repairs were done but I was still having repeat problems with the car. I gave up and after some thinking I traded in my Rav4 for a Toyota Corella. I think in the long run it is a much better choice.
I go back to work tonight, I'm not ...
... pulled over at one of the little turn outs & journeyed across the dry creek bed. It was great fun, we picked up trash, took pictures of trash & generally stomped our way around for a while.
Then, we went back to the picnic area to enjoying some one on one time with the water. Hopefully, not fall in but at least get our feet a little wet. I will say a small word about the bathroom facilities, don't. We walked down to the water & ...
... I enjoyed hot cocoa while looking for Jane and Ate Rot.
Jane looked beaten, but said she had fun. We all told her and Ate Rot that it takes a few tries to learn how to ride, and that it feels great once it "clicks" but just to keep practicing. Ate Rot still had to drive home to San Diego so she did not join us for dinner. We drove all the way back to Glendale and changed out of our snow gear before heading over to Hooters in Burbank. Last ...
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