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Wimberley, TX
October 12, 2020

Great Divide


Gearing Up

Now that I've nailed down a teaching position for this fall, it's time to go on an adventure! Since my school district requires me to take a course mid-June, then expects me back in early August for training, I only have a month and a half.

I have several items remaining on my bucket list: the Pacific Crest Trail, a bike tour of Australia, the Cam...

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May 20, 2016
Ready for Action

Jackie looks like she's ready for an adventure, doesn't she?

Best of all, so am I!

Jun 08, 2016
Play a Train Song

The cheapest way to get a human and a bike to El Paso is by train. Compared to a flight, the cost is barely any cheaper, and it takes ten times longer. But you don't have to go through security and loading a bike costs $10. You also get another free checked bag and two carry-ons. An airline would charge as much as $175 for that.

For most of the...

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Jun 09, 2016
Up to No Good

Where I had stayed in El Paso was on the western end of town, so it was a matter of minutes before I got out of town and crossed into New Mexico.

Not much later, I was on a sparsely traveled highway that paralleled the USA-Mexico border, never more than five miles away. There was only one car every 20 minutes or so, and half of them we...

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Jun 12, 2016

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