Thank you to my lovely wife for finding and getting me a day pass to Spider Mountain! We were in the area during our wedding anniversary, and this was my gift. This is the only “mountain” in Texas with a lift for bikers to ride to the top of the mountain. They have about 300 […]Read More Spider Mountain—Burnet, TX
You’d think it would be just a bunch of driving. You’re right! But during our 1,000 trek we had some fun along the way. Picking the route we felt most comfy with between Moab and Texas wasn’t easy. Our choice was going a bit north and east on interstate 70 (4 lane freeway) through Colorado […]Read More Utah to Texas
What a ride! This post is for all the folks out there that are thinking about taking a trip and are curious about outfitting your vehicles and trailers. There’s a lot of technical jargon in this post, so I’ll try and make it as digestible as possible for everyone. The truck is a 2016 Toyota […]Read More Rigs
Our drive from Park City to Moab was fascinating! The landscape changes drastically in only 250 miles! After you leave higher elevations of Park City with pine and aspen trees, you drop drown into the high desert of the great Salt Lake area and once you’re off I-15 you jump onto highway 6 for 176 […]Read More The Beehive State: Part II
We had a few days in Moab to do some exploring, and I had an opportunity to ride a couple of trails. Since I hadn’t been on the bike in a while, I opted to take it (relatively) easy. Moab is at about 4,000 feet, so I didn’t want to destroy my precious, non-climatized lungs […]Read More Mt. Biking in Moab!
For those that don’t know, Minidoka is a National Historical Site and is one of the ten relocation centers used to intern Japanese Americans during World War II. Jen and I visited Manzanar out in the middle of the California desert a few years back, but Minidoka had a more personal connection for me as […]Read More Minidoka: A US Concentration Camp