The next leg of our trip was a trifle scary for me, a point-to-point long ride to meet the pack at a remote campsite. Last year, a plan like this one went dreadfully awry. Tomorrow, I'll tell you about my adventure as I pedaled through the wilderness. For today, here are a few snippets.
Near the middle of my journey, more than 10 miles from anything resembling a road, I passed through a series of creeks and waterfalls. Wildflowers, including Columbines, abounded. I dropped my bike and soaked up the beauty.
Butterflies did the dance of life in this nectar-laden paradise.
After a long and hard ride, I met the pack at our truly spectacular campsite with a view of the mountains that awed us all. The Duo sat in the sunset light with part of the panorama behind them.
While lounging in our campsite that night, we watched fiery meteors burn up in the Earth's atmosphere leaving white hot tails in the sky. What a show!