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Sherman Unkefer

Wow" is right. Didn't realize there was all that snow.how i wish to see in actual how the snow is going.


Great write up! I can't wait to read the rest of your adventure. You're an inspiration to me, I know I've got days of cold and mud, and muck ahead of me, and I'm sure I'll be back to re-read your wrap up again and again.


"Wow" is right. Didn't realize there was all that snow, pretty amazing! I pictured your bike with full-on panniers, guess that would be too bulky and weight prohibitive.


great adventures! no better wall than a bull elk, and i may add no stronger smelling... least way that was my experience with a close encounter. :) may the force be with you...

Marshal Bird

nice write up, look forward to day 2

---ah, Velvet Elvis Pizza, in the AZT, 08, my 1st multi-day the pizza I got at the Velvet Elvis, which I could not eat till hours later, literally saved my race---marshal

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