PCT 5: The Breaking of the Trail Family Fellowship

As we descended from the parking lot at Kiersarge Pass we looked back up to where we had come from. While dropping in elevation the mountains seemed to rise up higher and higher, truly letting us appreciate their size and dominance over the landscape. We called them home for the last week and a half …

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PCT 2: Of Aqueducts, Joshua Trees and Windmills

Sleeping in the cabin on top of San Jacinto was interesting to say the least. It was bitterly cold, and it looked like the bunks would collapse in on each other. Despite this no one was squished and we enjoyed slipping and sliding down from the summit the next morning. One of the few benefits …

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6: Spain, Meetings from all over the world on the Camino Frances

Before entering Spain I had many expectations.  They were mostly built from the fact that the only other language other than English which I have allot of practice with is Spanish.  I was hoping for warmer weather, an easier time communicating, interesting terrain after the flat south west coast of France, and a chance to …

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5: France, from fromage to plage and everything in between

And so the journey continues.  We have gotten into quite the routine with France since we have been cycling here for over a month together.  The routine has included cheese, sausage, the occasional bottle of wine when we make new friends and feel so inclined and many an hour spent watching the world go by …

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