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Situated on the main road, it was just a few feet away from where the 4th July Parade ended, so we had some good views. The hotel had a quant little gift shop and just across the road was the Anasazi museum. There was no fridge or wifi, but there was cellphone reception. Restaurants are within walking distance, depends on how much walking you'd like to do.
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Day 7: Escalante to Boulder (Pole's Place)
Daily Mileage: 27.7 Miles (45 Km).
Elevation: Approximately 7562ft to 6703ft.
Total riding time: Approximately 6¾ hours.
We started riding at 6:30am and had breakfast under a few trees at the side of a bridge.
The stream that flowed under the …
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... I'm feeling lonely so I don't want to go back to my tent, but unfortunately no other touring cyclists have come into camp. The only tent that's set up looks like it's been unattended for days, or maybe Coleman just makes a special quality of tent. As the sun was going down, a guy named Will scattered all of his belongings on a picnic table near me and offered me a beer. It looked like he just had a hand-sewn pack, a wool blanket, a pan, a ...