Riviera Oaks Resorts
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... burning up the West coast of the USA at the moment. The air quality is like Huonville on a bad day. A day when Forestry Tasmania burns all the waste it says it turns into wood chips.
Over here, at this time of year, it rains very little, and now with climate change it doesn’t look like it will ever rain again. These fires have been burning for over a month now and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Luckily we haven’t had a windy day, in well, what ...
What they really are needing is a firm sit-down from a Goliath version of a Father, for these Terrible Adult tantrums are too much for our now withered wife-betten women to handle.
The truth is ladies it was the mother's of these Terrible Male Tantrums whom couldn't muster the courage and backbone to tell their son's the insanely underused word "NO!". Now, unfortunately the ...
... for this opportunity!
I thoroughly enjoyed my time back home in Idaho! I made it my mission to pack the five days full to the brim of visiting friends and family, as well as, needing to get things ready for my next road trip onto my next city! I was extremely successful at completing this mission. The five days flew by without so much as a chance to relax, but I loved each and every moment I spent at home. It was so hard ...
... up only having one go each haha after all the effort to get there. On the way out we managed to get bogged again a few times before finally getting back on the road, headed for the bay of Los Angeles, a place on the east coast of Baja that apparently has really good fishing and crystal clear water. Were hoping to catch enough fish for few days then tomorrow arvo get to punta abrejo for a arvo surf. See how we go! Cheers, ...
... didn't feel like an ending, only a pause.
But now it does, and in a content way, I'm ready to stop pedalling, for now at least.
The US has been full of surprises. It's been tougher than expected and the cycling demanding in a way that was different to Canada. Constantly undulating road progressing to some big, steep climbs. In this past section alone there were 6, one thousand foot passes to tackle within 3 days. The traffic also has continued to get ...