Music: Take Me Home, Country Roads - Toots and the Maytals Enjoy!!!
La tierra no nos pide mucho, pero cuida por todo. El cactus nunca mendiga agua, pero nos da pitayas jugosas. La palmera datilera no necesita azucar, pero produce datiles con el sabor de la miel. Las lagunas no requiren tranquilidad, pero con cada olita nos regalan la armonía. Cuando el sol sale y la niebla [...]
To have the health and strength, both mentally and physically to ride a bike, day in and day out Support of family and friends that instills confidence in what we're doing We are spending our lives predominately outside; To fall asleep under the stars and wake up to fantastic sunrises Time of day to develop [...]
The 28th parallel marks the border between Baja California Norte and Baja California Sur. At 28º of latitude, this also makes us 6 degrees south of our starting point in Santa Bárbara, at 34º latitude. Over mountains and through the desert, we have gradually entered a world entirely different from the environment we left behind. [...]
As the sun glimpses the eastern horizon in the morning, the olive green branches above reflect the same mesmerizing hue as the grass field below the tent. When the clouds emerge vibrantly orange, the rooster begins the day's symphony. And as the fiery orange welcomes the stronger yellow rays, the rooster's call fades to the [...]
A cemetery is not what I would picture as the location for a day of celebration. But in Ensenada, they view the cemetery, and death altogether, under a whole other light. "We are not afraid of death. It's something everyone must go through, so might as well enjoy it, right?" Eduardo Kanter explained as he [...]
The first week of the bicycle tour has been full of generous gifts, spectacular food and unexpected surprises. Southern California showed us triple-digit temperatures and stellar ocean waves as we went 250 miles down the coast. We spent our first night camping out in Point Mugu State Park at Sycamore Campgrounds. Despite it being an [...]