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Monday, June 16, 2008

Bruce's Blog--Day 16--The Road Less Traveled

One Of Our Friends Outside The Tent

I should say that waking up wasn’t too difficult as our Gecko friends had not yet left our campsite. In fact, since we were already up, we decided to go out and explore what other sorts of animals the sage had to offer. We were only able to find three: a fox, one more Gecko (tailless), and a Bull Headed Snake.

Tim took the best picture of it that he was able to without being struck. It looked like it was incredibly irritated. I suppose moving it to safety, though it didn’t know we were doing that, perturbed it a bit.

I got an early start on the day because the temperature around here is becoming increasingly searing. Well, maybe it isn’t that bad, but it’s getting there. The biking leg was incredibly fast paced for the day not because of the terrain or road conditions but because, believe it or not, I was getting burned with 70 SPF and I wanted to get to shelter as quickly as possible.

Before this journey, I don’t think I had ever worn more than 45. So, I was ignorant to how high you could go. Yes, I am now up to 80 SPF.

Tim and I both had an enormous double cheeseburger with tots on the side. We think the tots are a west coast thing here because we don’t remember those being a part of a side dish for anything back home.

After lunch, I finished the biking leg and then went into Pocatello to run some errands for the day. One of which included doing laundry. That many miles a day on your clothes can really do a number over a period of days, so I am extremely thankful for that modern convenience.

Around 7:45 P.M., I began running to escape, of course, the heat. I ran and ran on the interstate until 11:00 P.M. I was done at 10:45, but Tim had lost me and I got a couple more miles in.

Check the video out! As I was running, I was thinking about how I’ll soon be traveling on a road less travelled (Old Route 30 instead of Interstate 15). The parallel is that in life, if we are to travel that way, it may become a bit rough but how important it is to stay on it. So, I encourage all of you to not give up even when life throws you a curveball.

Today’s travels led us just two days away from Wyoming. We expect to arrive to Cokeville early in the afternoon on Tuesday.

I also hope everyone was able to spend time with their dads today to show them your appreciation. Happy Father’s Day Dad!

Summer will officially be here soon, though it already feels like it. So get out there with your families, have a barbecue, and enjoy it. God bless!

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