We'll start with the few pictures I did take. Yea, I'm a little embarrassed by the lack of pictures in general. To undertake such a massively epic and beautiful endeavor and not really document it, is kinda silly. Though any extra bits of effort kinda went out the window. General hygiene, picture taking and bike maintenance kinda slowed to a crawl. Eating and riding took over as the primary functions. Its all still like foie gras in my brain and the regurgitation of brain film to decipherable thought is still taking place. That's 2 of the big 3. Stay riveted to your bar stools, church pews and inflatable furniture, I'll have a semi-legible report together soon.
Well sheesh Kurt, now those photos have me thinking about the Tour Divide sometime as well. I've always kinda thought that compared to the CTR it would be a lot of large gravel roads. But everything you've photographed looks sufficiently sweet! I'm guessing you didn't photograph the really boring parts, of course...ReplyDelete
Good work on the AZTR and now the Divide. Still doing the CTR? If so make sure you stop in at the shop when you finish. Maybe next year I can get out there and join the bikepacking world again. Check out www.velorutioncycles.com for some photos from the CT (and other places) this last weekend - took a too-short overnighter. See what you get to look forward to?
Awesome ride, read about train hopping too. Went to learn more about it on line too, thx.ReplyDelete
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