Now it is getting warm

The first two weeks of this adventure were dominated by wind and rain, as well as cool temperatures. The last two days have been bright and warm. Mornings are great for cycling, and late afternoons are good for recovery. Tomorrow, I will enter Wyoming, my fourth state. I have never seen Wyoming, so I am looking forward to it. The tallest mountain of the whole trip comes in a few days, but Wyoming also looks a lot less challenging because there is not a major climb every day.

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I am a freelance writer and fitness enthusiast. More than 30 years of running and 70,000 total miles including 24 marathons are part of who I am. I coach runners in groups and individually, and work as the Wellness Coordinator at Partners in Learning in Salisbury.

2 thoughts on “Now it is getting warm

  1. David,

    I have enjoyed reading about your adventure. It is on my bucket list of things I would like to do. I find myself feeling a little jealous as I read your daily posts.

    Good luck,


  2. Hey David – good luck traversing Wyoming! We at First Baptist in The Grove are praying that you will be safe and have a blessed trip!

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